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WATERBORNE COMMERCE 
OF THE UNITED STATES 

( &Uendah %>at, 4983 



PART 5 
NATIONAL SUMMARIES 




DEPOSITORY 

MUL 1 2 1985 

AT URBAhiA-CHAMPAIGN 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY 
CORPS OF ENGINEERS 

WRSC-WCUS-83-5 



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4. TITLE (and Subtitle) 

WATERBORNE COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES 

Calendar Year 1983 

Part 5 National Summaries 



5. TYPE OF REPORT 4 PERIOD COVERED 

Annual Publication 
Calendar Year 1983 



6. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NUMBER 



7. AUTHORf.) 

Department of the Army 
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9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 

Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center 

P. 0. Box 61280 

New Orleans, LA 70161 WRSC-CC 



10. PROGRAM ELEMENT, PROJECT, TASK 
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Waterborne Commerce - - Statistics 



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Waterborne Commerce of the United States (WCUS), Part 5, calendar year 1983 
is one of a series of 5 publications containing statistics on the commercial 
movement of foreign and domestic cargo. WCUS, Part 5, presents a national 
summary of tons and ton-miles contained in the WCUS Publications 1-4. 



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WATERBORNE COMMERCE 
OF THE UNITED STATES 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 



PART 5 

NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



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IV 




CONTENTS V 



TABLE PAGE 

Map of the United States showing geographical areas covered by each of the five 

Waterborne Commerce Statistics publications IV 

Introduction VII 

Terms for Kind of Traffic VIII 

Commodity Classification for Domestic Waterborne Commerce IX 

SECTION 1. NATIONAL SUMMARIES 1 

Summary 3 

1 Net Total Waterborne Commerce of the United States, 1947-1983 5 

1A Foreign Commerce of the United States, 1947-1983 5 

IB Domestic Commerce of the United States, 1947-1983 6 

2 Summary of Foreign and Domestic Waterborne Commerce, by Type of Traffic 

and Commodity 7 

Chart: Total Waterborne Commerce of the United States, 1974-1983 10 

Chart: Principal Commodities Carried by Water: Total Commerce 11 

2A Summary of Foreign Commerce at Coastal Ports, by Commodity 12 

2B Summary of Foreign Commerce at Great Lakes Ports, by Commodity 15 

3 Commerce at Selected Ports Excluding Great Lakes Ports 18 

3A Commerce at Selected Areas 21 

4 Commerce at Selected Ports on the Great Lakes 22 

5 Commerce on Selected Waterways of the United States 23 

6 Ton-mileage of Freight Carried on the Inland Waterways of the United States, 

by System 25 

7 Ton-mileage of Freight Carried on the Great Lakes System 26 

Chart: Ton-miles of Freight Carried on the Waterways of the United States, 

1974-1983 27 

8 Comparative Statement of Traffic on the Mississippi River System, 1974-1983 28 

9 Comparative Statement of Traffic on the Mississippi River from Minneapolis, 

Minn., to the Mouth of Passes, 1974-1983 28 

10 Domestic Barge Traffic: Commodity by Type of Traffic 29 

SECTION 2. DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC - AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION OF 

PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES 33 

Note: The commodities reported in the following tables are identified by code numbers in 
each column heading; more complete descriptions of the commodities are given in Table 2 
of Section 1 . 

1 Domestic Inland Movements of Grains, Soybeans, Sugar and Molasses 35 

2 Domestic Inland Movements of Logs and Lumber 41 

3 Domestic Inland Movements of Bituminous Coal and Lignite 44 

4 Domestic Inland Movements of Petroleum and Petroleum Products 48 

5 Domestic Inland Movements of Iron and Steel 57 

6 Domestic Inland Movements of Chemicals and Related Products 74 

SECTION 3. WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 85 

1 Total Commerce: Ton-miles and Tons by Type of Traffic and Average Haul, 

1974-1983 87 

2 Domestic Ton-miles: Type of Traffic by Service 87 

Chart 1: Ton-miles and Average Haul by Type of Traffic, 1974-1983 88 

Chart 2: Domestic Ton-miles by Type of Service 89 

Chart 3: Domestic Ton-miles by Type of Service, by Type of Traffic 89 

3 Domestic Traffic: Tons and Ton-miles of Principal Commodity Groups by Type of 

Traffic and Service 90 

4 Domestic Ton-miles: Commodity by Service 91 

5 Domestic Ton-miles: Commodity by Type of Traffic 94 

6 Regulated Ton-miles: Commodity by Type of Traffic 97 

Exempt, for Hire Ton-miles: Commodity by Type of Traffic 100 

8 Private Carriage Ton-miles: Commodity by Type of Traffic 103 



INTRODUCTION VII 



This publication is one of a series containing statistics on the waterborne commerce of the United States during the calendar 
year 1983. Four of these publications present detailed data on the movements of commodities and vessels at the ports and harbors and 
on the waterways and canals of the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, and the fifth contains summary 
data of the country as a whole. The numbers of the publications and the areas covered are: 

Area 

Part 1 . Atlantic Coast 

Part 2. Gulf Coast, Mississippi River System, and Antilles 

Part 3. Great Lakes 

Part 4. Pacific Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii 

Part 5. Waterborne Commerce of the United States (National Summaries) 

Both the foreign and domestic commerce moved on United States waters are included. Data on the foreign commerce were supplied 
to the Corps of Engineers by the Bureau of the Census; data for the compilation of the domestic statistics were collected by the several 
offices of the Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, in compliance with various acts of Congress. The principal provision governing 
the collection of these data is included in the River and Harbor Act of September 22, 1922: 

Section 11. That owners, agents, masters, and clerks of vessels and other craft plying upon the navigable waters of the United 
States, and all individuals and corporations engaged in transporting their own goods upon the navigable waters of the United States, 
shall furnish such statements relative to vessels, passengers, freight and tonnage as may be required by the Secretary of War: Provided, 
that this provision shall not apply to those rafting logs, except upon a direct request upon the owner to furnish specific information. 

That every person or persons offending against the provisions of this section, shall for each and every offense, be liable to 
a fine of $100 or imprisonment not exceeding two months, to be enforced in any district court in the United States within whose territorial 
jurisdiction such offense may have been committed. 

While the information as now collected and compiled is designed to meet the administrative requirements of the Department of the 
Army in connection with the duties assigned by Congress, it also provides useful data for other governmental departments, commercial 
and shipping concerns, and others interested in transportation. 

Waterborne traffic movements were reported to the Corps of Engineers by all vessel operators of record on prescribed forms approved 
by the Office of Management and Budget under the Federal Reports Act of 1942 for those movements of their vessels which were classified 
as domestic traffic; namely, between United States ports, continental and noncontiguous, and on the island rivers, canals, and connecting 
channels of the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, excluding the Panama Canal. The reports were generally submitted 
on the basis of a vessel movement completed in one direction and, for movements with cargo, the origin and destination of the water 
transportation of each individual commodity. In compiling the data, the entire movement was included in the year in which the movement 
was completed even though the shipment may have originated in the preceding year, except that, beginning with calendar year 1961 statis- 
tics, a cutoff date of 28 February was established for the orocessing of reports from vessel operators covering the prior year's completed 
movements. Hence, reports of movements completed in 1983 but not reported to the Corps of Engineers until after 29 February 1984 will 
be included in the next year's, 1984, statistics rather than in this publication, while reports of movements completed in 1982 but 
reported to the Corps after 28 February 1983 are included in this publication. 

Sponsored by the Office of Statistical Policy, Office of Management and Budget, a uniform system of classification for freight 
was developed with cooperation of all Federal agencies engaged in collecting and compiling data on shipping. This classification, 
the Commodity Classification for Domestic Waterborne Commerce, is used for data on the foreign and domestic commerce presented in these 
publications, although some minor modifications exist in the foreign data which were necessitated by Bureau of the Census policies 
and procedures. 

The domestic traffic includes all commercial movements between points in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. 
Traffic with the Panama Canal Zone is treated as foreign commerce. Cargo moved for the military agencies in commercial vessels is 
reported as ordinary commercial cargo; military cargo moved in Department of Defense vessels is omitted from these statistics. 

All movements between the United States and foreign countries and between pterto Rico and Virgin Islands, U.S.A., and foreign 
countries are classified as foreign traffic. Trade between United States territories and possessions, i.e. Guam, Wake, American Samoa, 
etc., and foreign countries is excluded. 

These data are furnished to the Corps of Engineers by the Bureau of the Census under a working arrangements sponsored by the 
Office of Statistical Policy, Office of Management and Budget. The data are confined to movements by water, and are reconcilable with 
published reports of the Bureau of the Census. Shipments of domestic merchandise and re-exports of foreign merchandise are termed 
exports. The imports include inbound merchandise for direct consumption and entries into custom bonded storage and manufacturing ware- 
houses. Intransit merchandise, defined by the Bureau of the Census as merchandise coming into the United States from a foreign country 
and shipped to a foreign country without having been entered as an import, is treated as an import when unloaded from a vessel and 
as an export when loaded on a vessel. Export shipments for use of the United States Armed Forces abroad are excluded from the statistics 
as are import shipments on Department of Defense owned and operated vessels. Foreign trade data of territories and possessions other 
than Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, which are under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior, were not furnished to 
the Corps of Engineers by the Bureau of the Census and are excluded from the statistics of both agencies. 

Export shipments under the various foreign aid programs on Department of Defense operated vessels, either American Flag commercial 
vessels under time, voyage, or space charter or vessels owned and operated by the Department of Defense, and various items (listed 
by the Census) which affect national security are not published 1n terms of the Individual commodities shipped. Instead, a lump-sum 
tonnage figure is compiled and appears in these tables as commodity code 9999, "Department of Defense controlled cargo and Special 
Category Items." 

The 1983 statistics on waterborne exports of domestic and foreign merchandise and non-Department of Defense shipments of Special 
Category commodities reflect fully compiled data for shipments to Canada individually valued at $2,000 and over combined with estimated 
data for shipments valued $251-$1,999, based on a 10-percent sample of such shipments. For countries other than Canada, the export 
statistics reflect fully compiled data for shipments valued $1,000 and over combined with estimated data for shipments valued $251- 
$999, based on a 50-percent sample of such shipments. Data on export shipments valued under $251 are excluded from this report. 

Import statistics for 1983 exclude data on shipments valued $250 and under reported on both formal and informal entries. Informal 
entries generally contain items valued not more than $250. 

Foreign trade data furnished by Census are based on reports processed for Census' monthly data January through December and repre- 
sent statistical year rather than calendar year data. 

Combination of the net domestic traffic (originating commodity movements) with the foreign traffic (imports and exports) provides 
the net total tons of the waterborne commerce of the United States. In summarizing the domestic commerce to obtain the net lading 
of rail cars moved on car-ferries; cargo on general ferries; Government materials moved by water in connection with waterway improvements 
and maintenance; and coal and petroleum products loaded from shore facilities directly into bunkers of vessels for fuel were excluded. 
(There are certain, so-called car-ferry operations which are not considered 1n the ferry category; rail-car carriers on the Great Lakes 
which operate under Part III of the Interstate Commerce Act; and rail-car carriers between points in the contiguous 48 States or in 
Canada on the one hand and Alaska on the other.) 



VIII 'Watel&olne VZontfnelce of the United S/ta/eb, /<)X.i 



For Parts 1 through 4, and Section 1 of Part 5, ton-m1 leage data are computed by the Corps of Engineers to reflect movements on 
rivers, inland waterways, and waters of the Great Lakes System only. Cargoes of deep-sea vessels-both in the foreign and domestic 
trades-are included only for that portion of the voyage that occurred on inland rivers, canals, or connecting channels. Thus, for 
a movement of commodities from Boston, Massachusetts, to New Orleans, Louisiana, ton-miles are computed for the haul on the Cape Code 
Canal-if this canal was transited during the trip-and for the haul on the Mississippi River, the carriage on the ocean and Gulf of 
Mexico is not taken into account. In Section 3 of Part 5, ton-mileage data are based on the entire haul for the domestic traffic. 

TERMS FOR KIND OF TRAFFIC 

Imports and exports. These terms apply to traffic between the United States and Foreign ports, including the Canal Zone. Traffic 
of U.S. Great Lakes ports with Canada is supplemented by the term "Canadian" to differentiate it from overseas traffic. 

Coastwise receipts and shipments. These terms apply to domestic traffic receiving a carriage over the ocean, or the Gulf of Mexico, 
e.g. New Orleans to Baltimore, New York to Puerto Rico, San Francisco to Hawaii, Puerto Rico to Hawaii. Traffic between Great Lakes 
ports and seacoast ports, when having a carriage over the ocean, is also termed "coastwise." The Chesapeake Bay and Puget Sound are 
considered internal bodies of water rather than arms of the ocean and therefore traffic confined to these areas is "internal" rather 
than "coastwise." 

Lakewise receipt and shipments. These terms apply to traffic between United States ports on the Great Lakes System. The Great 
Lakes System is treated as a separate system rather than as a part of the inland system. 

Internal receipts and shipments. These terms apply to traffic between ports or landings wherein the entire movement takes place 
on inland waterways. Also termed internal are movements involving carriage on both inland waterways waters of the Great Lakes; inland 
movements that cross short stretches of open waters which link inland systems; marine products, sand and gravel taken directly from 
beds of the oceans, the Gulf of Mexico and important arms thereof; and movements between offshore installations and inland waterways. 

Local. Movements of freight within the confines of a port whether the port has only one or several arms or channels, except car- 
ferry and general ferry, are termed "local." The term is also applied to marine products, sand, and gravel taken directly from the 
Great Lakes. 

Intraterritory receipts and shipments. These terms apply to traffic between ports in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, U.S.A. 
which are considered as a single unit. 

SECTION 2 of this publication presents on an area-to-area basis the tonnages of principal commodities transported by vessels in 
the domestic inland waterway trade of the United States. For each commodity, the total for the United States (total of all shipping 
areas), the total shipped from each shipping area, and the total from each shipping area to each receiving area (destination) are shown 
in the tables. The origin and destination areas are defined in terms of waterways, incorporating minor tributaries, and in some instances, 
major ports, which are not susceptible to inclusion in a single waterway. The area designations are designed to avoid disclosure of 
individual company operations. 

These data cover those movements confined to the inland waterways and between the inland waterways and United States ports on 
the Great Lakes, they combine the totals of internal and local types of traffic as defined above. Collectively, the selected commodities 
included account for 75.7 percent of the total domestic inland traffic. 

SECTION 3 presents the performance of the water carrier industry in terms of ton-miles on a type of service basis and provides 
detailed data on types of traffic and commodities transported in the domestic trades, also in terms of ton-miles during 1983. Water 
carriage ton-miles were first compiled and published for 1962. However, somewhat comparable data were released for 1961. The 1961 
compilations were made on a carrier (ICC regulated and exempt) basis rather than by type of service; regulated carriers may engage 
in more than one type of service. 

Preparation and publication of these data were sponsored by the Office of Statistical Policy, Office of Management and Budget, 
in response to numerous requests received from congressional, federal and private agencies. 

Ton miles were computed by the Corps of Engineers based on origin/destination of commodity tonnages reported by vessel operators 
on Office of Management and Budget approved ENG Form 3925 and related forms; these forms were submitted to the Corps for the compilation 
of port and waterway statistics published in Parts 1 to 5 of "Waterborne Commerce of the United States." Distance factors used are 
in statute miles and, for the Coastwise trade, represent mileage on the shortest route that safe navigation permits between ports of 
origin and destination. The factors for this trade were developed from United States Coast and Geodetic Survey's, "Distance Between 
United States Ports," and United States Navy Hydrographic Office's, "Table of Distances Between Ports." For rivers and inland waterways, 
distance factors were developed from waterway survey maps and records of the Corps of Engineers and are based on the actual routes 
reported by vessel operators on the reporting forms. 

Type of service (carriage) is based on information supplied by vessel operators on the reporting forms, which were modified for 
the 1962 statistics to obtain this information. Categories of service are: (1) Regulated, which is common and contract carriage subject 
to economic regulations by the Interstate Commerce Commission. (2) Exempt, for hire, carriage which is exempt from regulation by the 
Commission because of specific provisions in Part III, Interstate Commerce Act. (3) Private, which represents the movement of the 
property of the water carrier in the vessels it operates; this category is also exempt from regulation by the Commission. 

The commodities are listed in terms of the Commodity Classification for Domestic Waterborne Commerce used in all 5 parts of the 
Corps of Engineers' annual publication, "Waterborne Commerce of the United States." Types of traffic are also the same as those reported 
and defined above. Both traffic and commodity ton-miles in this section bear a direct relationship to the corresponding tonnages reported 
in Table 2 of Section 1, consequently, the ton-mile data herein are based on the same February 29 cutoff date used in the compilation 
of the tonnage data. 

Total ton-miles for all types of traffic shown in Table 1 of this section are considerably higher than the total shown in Table 
6 of Section 1. The difference is entirely in Coastwise traffic, since the total distance, both inland and ocean, was used in developing 
data presented in this section, whereas only the inland portion is included in tables comprising Section 1. Both of these tables include 
ton-miles for the foreign trade of the U.S. in U.S. flag as well as foreign flag vessels; however, the computation is limited to the 
distance transported on the Great Lakes between the head of the Lakes at Duluth/Superior and the international boundary at St. Regis, 
Quebec, Canada, and on the inland waterways of the U.S. and the entrance channels to U.S. coastal ports; this foreign traffic is not 
subject to economic regulation by the Interstate Commerce Commission. 

All totals of both columns and rows, all averages, and all percentages are based on figures before rounding to thousands. Hence 
slight differences appear between the totals shown in the sum of the rounded figures in columns and rows, in the percentages, and in 
the average hauls when compared with the quotients derived by dividing the ton-miles by the rounds or unrounded tons shown in either 
this section or in Section 1. 



INTRODUCTION 



IX 



COMMODITY CLASSIFICATION FOR DOMESTIC WATERBORNE COMMERCE 

NOTE: The commodity descriptions used 1n the statistical tables 1n this publication are abbreviated to conserve printing space of 
the following commodities: 



Code 

No. Item Name 

Group 01 -Farm Products 

0101 Cotton, raw 

0102 Barley and rye 

0103 Corn 

0104 Oats 

0105 Rice 

0106 Sorghum Grains 

0107 Wheat 

0111 Soybeans 

0112 Flaxseed 

0119 Oilseeds, not elsewhere classified 

0121 Tobacco, leaf 

0122 Hay and Fodder 

0129- Field crops, not elsewhere classified 

0131 Fresh fruits 

0132 Bananas and plantains 

0133 Coffee, green and roasted (Including Instant) 

0134 Cocoa beans 

0141 Fresh and frozen vegetables 

0151 Live animals (livestock) except zoo animals, 

cats, dogs, etc. 
0161 Animals and animal products, not elsewhere 

classified 
0191 Miscellaneous farm products 

Group 08-Forest Products 

0841 Crude rubber and allied gums 

0861 Forest products, not elsewhere classified 

Group 09-Fresh F1sh and Other Marine 
Products 

0911 Fresh fish, except shellfish 

0912 Shellfish, except prepared or preserved 

0913 Menhaden 

0931 Marine shells, unmanufactured 

Group 10-Metall1c Ores 

1011 Iron ore and concentrates 

1021 Copper ore and concentrates 

1051 Bauxite and other aluminum ores and 

concentrates 
1061 Manganese ores and concentrates 
1091 Nonferrous metal ores and concentrates, not 

elsewhere classified 

Group 11 -Coal 
1121 Coal and lignite 

Group 13-Crude Petroleum 

1311 Crude petroleum 

Group 14-NonmetalHc Minerals, Except 
Fuels 

1411 Limestone flux and calcareous stone 

1412 Building stone, unworked 
1442 Sand, gravel and crushed rock 

1451 Clay, ceramic and refractory materials 

1471 Phosphate rock 

1479 Natural fertilizer materials, not elsewhere 
classified 

1491 Salt 

1492 Sulphur, dry 

1493 Sulphur, liquid 

1494 Gypsum, crude and plasters 

1499 Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels, not 
elsewhere classified 



Code 

No. Item Name 

Group 19-0rdnance and Accessories 

1911 Ordnance and accessories 

Group 20-Food and Kindred Products 

2011 Meat, fresh, chilled, or frozen 

2012 Meat and meat products prepared or preserved, 

including canned meat products 

2014 Tallow, animal fats and oils 

2015 Animal by-products, not elsewhere classified 

2021 Dairy products, except dried milk and cream 

2022 Dried milk and cream 

2031 Fish and fish products, including shellfish, 
prepared or preserved 

Group 20-Food and Kindred Products 

2034 Vegetables and preparations, canned and otherwise 

prepared and preserved 
2039 Fruits, and fruit and vegetable juices, canned and 

otherwise prepared or preserved 

2041 Wheat flour and semolina 

2042 Animal feeds 

2049 Grain mill products, not elsewhere classified 

2061 Sugar 

2062 Molasses 

2081 Alcholic beverages 

2091 Vegetable oils, all grades; margarine and 

shortening 

2092 Animal oils and fats, not elsewhere classified, 

including marine 
2094 Groceries 
2099 Miscellaneous food products 

Group 21 -Tobacco Products 

2111 Tobacco manufactures 

Group 22-Basic Textiles 

2211 Basic textile products, except textile fibers 

2212 Textile fibers not elsewhere classified 

Group 23-Apparel and Other Finished Textile 
Products Including Knit 

2311 Apparel and other finished textile products, 
including knit 

Group 24-Lumber and Wood Products 
Except Furniture 

2411 Logs 

2412 Rafted logs 

2413 Fuel wood, charcoal, and wastes 

2414 Timber, posts, poles, piling, and other wood in the 

rough 

2415 Pulpwood, log 

2416 Wood chips, staves, moldings, and excelsior 
2421 Lumber 

2431 Veneer, plywood, and other worked wood 
2491 Wood manufactures, not elsewhere classified 

Group 25-Furniture and Fixtures 

2511 Furniture and fixtures 

Group 26-Pulp, Paper and Allied Products 

2611 Pulp 

2621 Standard newsprint paper 



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Code 

No. 



2631 

2691 



2711 



2810 
2811 

2812 

2813 
2816 

2817 

2818 
2819 

2821 



2822 
2823 
2831 



2841 



2851 

2861 
2871 
2872 
2873 
2876 

2879 

2891 



2911 
2912 
2913 
2914 
2915 
2916 
2917 

2918 
2920 
2921 

2951 
2991 



3011 



3111 



Item Name 

Group 26-Pulp, Paper and Allied Products 
(continued) 

Paper and paperboard 

Pulp, paper and paperboard products, not 
elsewhere classified 

Group 27-Printed Matter 

Printed matter 

Group 28-Chemicals and Allied Products 

Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) 

Crude products from coal tar, petroleum, and 

natural gas, except benzene and toluene 
Dyes, organic pigment, dyeing and tanning 

materials 
Alcohols 
Radioactive and associated materials, 

including waste 
Benzene and toluene, crude and commercially pure 
Sulphuric acid 
Basic chemicals and basic chemical products, not 

elsewhere classified 
Plastic materials, regenerated cellulose and 

synthetic resins, including film, sheeting 

and laminates 
Synthetic rubber 
Synthetic (man-made) fiber 
Drugs (biological products, medicinal chemicals, 

botanical products and pharmaceutical 

preparations) 
Soap, detergents, and cleaning preparations; 

perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet 

preparations 
Paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, and 

allied products 
Gum and wood chemicals 

Nitrogenous chemical fertilizers, except mixtures 
Potassic chemical fertilizers, except mixtures 
Phosphatic chemical fertilizers, except mixtures 
Insecticides, fungicides, pesticides, and 

disinfectants 
Fertilizers and fertilizer materials, not 

elsewhere classified 
Miscellaneous chemical products 

Group 29-Petroleum and Coal Products 

Gasoline, including additives 

Jet fuel 

Kerosene 

Distillate fuel oil 

Residual fuel oil 

Lubricating oils and greases 

Naphtha, mineral spirits, solvents, not 

elsewhere classified 
Asphalt, tar, and pitches 
Coke, including petroleum coke 
Liquefied petroleum gases, coal gases, natural 

gas, and natural gas liquids 
Asphalt building materials 
Petroleum and coal products, not elsewhere 

classified 

Group 30-Rubber and Miscellaneous 
Plastics Products 

Rubber and miscellaneous plastic products 

Group 31 -Leather and Leather Products 

Leather and leather products 



Code 

No. Item Name 

Group 32-Stone, Clay, Glass and Concrete 
Products 

3211 Glass and glass products 

3241 Building cement 

3251 Structural clay products, including refractories 

3271 Lime 

3281 Cut stone and stone products 

3291 Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral products 

Group 33-Primary Metal Products 

3311 Pig iron 

3312 Slag 

3313 Coke (coal and petroleum), petroleum pitches and 

asphalts, and naphtha and solvents 

3314 Iron and steel ingots, and other primary forms, 

including blanks for tube and pipe, and sponge 

3315 Iron and steel bars, rods, angles, shapes and 

sections, including sheet piling 

3316 Iron and steel plates and sheets 

3317 Iron and steel pipe and tube 

3318 Ferroalloys 

3319 Primary iron and steel products, not elsewhere 

classified including castings in the rough 

3321 Nonferrous metals primary smelter products, basic 

shapes, wire castings and forgings, except 
copper, lead, zinc and aluminum 

3322 Copper and copper alloys, whether or not refined, 

unworked 

3323 Lead and zinc including alloys, unworked 

3324 Aluminum and aluminum alloys, unworked 

Group 34-Fabricated Metal Products, 

Except Ordnance, Machinery and 
Transportation Equipment 

3411 Fabricated metal products, except ordnance, machinery, 
and transportation equipment. 

Group 35-Machinery, Except Electrical 

3511 Machinery, except electrical 

Group 36-Electrical Machinery, Equipment 
and Supplies 

3611 Electrical machinery equipment and supplies 

Group 37-Transportation Equipment 

3711 Motor vehicles, parts and equipment 

3721 Aircraft and parts 

3731 Ships and boats 

3791 Miscellaneous transportation equipment 

Group 38- Instruments, Photographic and 

Optical Goods, Watches and Clocks 

3811 Instruments, photographic and optical goods, watches 
and clocks 

Group 39-Miscellaneous Products of 
Manufacturing 

3911 Miscellaneous products of manufacturing 

Group 40-Waste and Scrap Materials 

4011 Iron and steel scrap 

4012 Nonferrous metal scrap 

4022 Textile waste, scrap, and sweepings 

4024 Paper waste and scrap 

4029 Waste and scrap, not elsewhere classified 



INTRODUCTION XI 



Code 

No. Item Name 

Group 41 -Special Items 

4111 Water 

4112 Miscellaneous shipments not identifiable by 

commodity 

4113 LCL freight 

4118 Materials used in waterway improvement, 

Government materials 

4119 Empty containers 

9999* Department of Defense controlled cargo 
and special category items 



* Cargoes exported on Department of Defense con- 
trolled vessels (other than goods for the use of U.S. 
Armed Forces abroad) and non-Department of Defense 
shipments of military component items (abbreviated 
SCi) for which commodity detail is not furnished to 
the Corps of Engineers. 



Section 1 
NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



SUMMARY 



Total waterborne commerce of the United States decreased moder- 
ately in 1983, primarily due to reduced imports and exports of 
commerce in 1983 amounting to 1,708 billion tons, a decrease of 69.0 
million tons or 3.9 percent below the 198? total of 1,777 billion 
tons. Ton-miles recorded an increase from 964.9 billion ton-miles 
in 1982 to 989.2 billion ton-miles in 1983, an increase of 24.3 
billion ton-miles (2.5 percent). 

Domestic commerce decreased 1.0 percent, from the 957.0 billion 
tons recorded in 1982 to 956.5 million tons in 1983. Lakewise 
domestic traffic experienced a 15.7 percent increase from 72.1 million 
tons 1982 to 83.4 million tons in 1983, most of which 12.2 percent) 
resulted from the increase in iron ore carried. Coastwise trade (i.e. 
domestic ocean movements) decreased from 311.1 million tons in 1982 
to 309.6 million tons in 1983, a loss of 0.5 percent. Internal and 
local traffic combined (i.e. predominantly barge movements between 
localities on inland waterways and within ports) decreased from 571.1 
millions tons in 1982 to 560.2 million tons in 1983, a decrease of 
10.9 million tons or 1.9 percent. Intra-territory traffic increased 
from 2.8 million tons in 1982 to 3.2 million tons in 1983. 

Foreign traffic experienced a decrease of 68.9 million tons or 
8.4 percent, declining from a total of 820.0 million tons in 1982 
to 751.1 million tons in 1983. Imports in 1983 totaled 387.8 million 
tons reflecting a decrease of 28.8 million tons or 6.9 percent as 
compared with the 1982 total of 416.6 million tons. The decrease 
in crude oil imports amounted to 44.1 million tons, and the decrease 
in iron ore imports was 5.1 million tons. 

Export traffic recorded a decrease in 1983. Exports decreased 
by 39.9 million tons or 9.9 percent for a total of 363.2 million tons 
in 1983 as compared with a total of 403.1 million tons in 1982. 
The decrease in exports was primarily due to coal exports being 
down 32.9 million tons. Imports through coastal ports decreased 
30.8 million tons (down 7.5%) for a 1983 total of 371.7 million 
tons. Exports through coastal ports decreased 35.8 million tons 
for a total of 331.0 million tons for 1983, down 9.6%. Imports 
from Canadian Great Lakes ports increased 1.6 million tons or 1.4 
percent. Exports to Canadian Great Lakes ports decreased 3.0 million 
tons or 1.1 percent. Imports from overseas - via the St. Lawrence 
Seaway - to Great Lakes ports increased 430,000 tons, and overseas 
exports - via the St. Lawrence Seaway - increased 1,000,000 tons. 



The total of 359.0 billion ton-miles recorded for the inland 
waterways in 1983 was comprised of 67.9 billion on the Great Lakes, 
223.0 billion on the Mississippi River System, and 68.1 billion 
on the coastal waterways. Ton-miles increased 2.1 percent on the 
Mississippi River System, decreased 1.2 percent on the Atlantic 
Coast Waterways, increased 6.6 percent on the Great Lakes System, 
and increased less than 1.0 percent on the Gulf Coast Waterways. 

The decrease in total waterborne commerce reflected percentage 
share changes in basically two major commodity groups - "Petroleum 
and products" with a decrease of 1.2 percentage points, "Coal and 
Coke" with a 1.2 percentage point decrease. Minor (less than 1.0 
percent) fluctuations occurred in other groups as indicated in 
the tabulations below. 

Percentage shares changed slightly both in foreign commerce 
and in domestic commerce. In foreign commerce "Petroleum and products 
decreased 2.1 percentage points, and "Coal and Coke" decreased 2.6 
percentage points and chemicals increased 1.7 percentage points. 
In domestic commerce "Petroleum and products" decreased 1.0 percentage 
point and "Iron ore and iron and steel gained 1.1 percentage point. 
All other domestic and foreign commodity groups showed small percentage 
point fluctuations. 

In 1983 the proportion of the total domestic waterborne cargo 
moved in barges (non-self propelled vessels) was 64.2 percent, 
down from 64.6 percent in 1982. Since 1971 barges have consistently 
carried in excess of 60 percent of domestic waterborne traffic. 
Total barge traffic decreased 0.6 percent and amounted to 613.9 
million tons of the total 956.5 million tons of all domestic commerce. 
In 1983 barges carried 77.7 million tons of coastwise tonnage (25.1 
percent of the total coastwise commerce), an increase of 4.0 percent 
above 1982. Lakewise barge traffic totaled 2.9 million tons (3.5 
percent of total lakewise commerce) which represents an increase 
of 15.1 percent from 1982. Barged internal commerce was 464.3 
million tons (down 1.1 percent from 1982) which represents 95.3 
percent of the total internal traffic. Sixty-six point one million 
tons (90.4 percent of total local traffic) was local barge movements, 
a 4 percent decrease from 1982. Intra-territory barge traffic 
increased 24.1 percent and consisted of 91.9 percent of total intra- 
territory traffic. 



Principal Commodities in Waterborne Commerce, Years 1982 and 1983 



Petroleum and products 

Coal and coke 

Iron ore and iron and steel 

Sand, gravel and stone 

Grains 

Logs and lumber 

Chemicals 

Seashells 

All other commodities 



In Total 


Commerce 


Foreign & 


Domestic 


1982 


1983 


Percent 


Percent 


44.0 


42.8 


15.7 


14.5 


4.7 


5.2 


4.2 


4.4 


9.2 


8.9 


2.4 


2.5 


5.2 


6.3 


0.4 


0.3 


14.2 


15.1 


100.0 


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[n Foreign 




Commerce 


1982 


1983 


Percent 


Percent 


38.9 


36.8 


14.4 


11.8 


5.2 


5.1 


1.4 


0.9 


13.3 


13.4 


3.1 


3.5 


5.7 


7.4 


0.0 


0.0 


18.0 


21.1 


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10070 





In Domestic 




Commerce 


1982 


1983 


Percent 


Percent 


48.5 


47.5 


16.8 


16.7 


4.2 


5.3 


6.6 


7.0 


5.7 


5.4 


1.8 


1.7 


4.8 


5.5 


0.7 


0.5 


10.9 


10.4 


TO0T0 


10070 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



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282 

?91 

.> 'i 4 
316 
HI 
!S7 
369 
l«« 
398 
,, JO 
160 
17? 
;j7<j 
506 

50 3 

51 1 
S'lJ 
S?* 

528 

S3J 

S3'i 
SJ1 
S?,) 
-JOS 

887 



61 1,<10 | 
697,866 
70?, A?0 
7AA,01 
101,061 
611, 381 
957,118 
061 ,157 
SOT, ?98 
731,055 
065,531 
068, 819 
268,792 
056, 6*5 
OS?, 1?3 
061 ,A77 
90?, 181 
916, ?|6 
615,161 
851,631 
59?, 670 
1 71,303 
910,875 
1?3,117 
217,765 
■ 989,?(l? 
?36, A90 

021,07a 

°3?,?58 
97?, 573 
701,658 
508,903 
969,167 

.979, 0?7 
66A,7?0 

■153,086 
1 3?,?18 



57,110,575 
58,911, 696 
1A, 323,356 
51 ,703,560 
50,952,725 
0O,182,3S3 
17,902,0 38 
OA, 000,11 1 
5?, 900, 516 
53,061,701 
50, 188,261 
18,882, 1 76 
19,683,201 
19,171 ,050 
03, 197,871 
17,918,037 
15,575,091 
13,007, 165 



SS, 
55 1 

so, 

55, 

M, 

50, 

51, 
51, 

so, 



50, 
53, 

56 
102 

ui 

1 o? 

90, 

87, 

" I 



257,098 

010,701 

310,207 
?o?, 36? 
075,89? 
790, 101 

659,693 
678,058 
96?,0O6 
298,859 
636,183 
51?, 798 
063,39? 

7??, 392 

73) , (99 
358,792 

005,530 
572,257 
865,0?? 

210,579 
3?o, 050 
730,336 
536,083 

070,805 

252,652 

266,095 

2?2,6?3 

197,576 
279,220 
731 ,092 

011,072 

506,580 
1 1 3,665 
183,696 
219,873 
601 ,691 
111,961 



1,239,073 
< ,116,662 
1,159,832 
1 ,252,999 
1.010,952 
1 ,950,807 
?,?21,636 
?, 103,007 
?,83?,032 
••987,380 
1 ,016,995 
1, 103,608 
1 ,261 ,576 

1 ,6)0,01? 

1 ,580, 199 
1 ,085,60? 
1 ,2«6,8?0 
1 ,077,896 
1,618,338 
1,366,213 
' ,629,900 
2,256,677 
1 ,882,917 
0,283,10J 
0, 050,69) 
2,851,879 
2,907,806 
3,650,3'»5 
3,270,962 
0,000,667 
3,587,835 
3, 1 30,051 
2,811,169 
3, 160,002 



• rhCl.linFD !'■ "TKfB. TVPFS »F I'IMFSTIC T9AFHC. 
,. Urdu.' I»'G MTU 1959 fXCLt'"KS THAFFIr ,.ITHTS> T'f STATf? nF ALASKA M»r> HA'IAII, 
CAIFGnarES l^ Arri'HiAirF » 1 ti- DFeTMTIOna hoplKhhf T(i chmtimF'TAl DNITtn aTatfs. 
• •• r ci iof- i-i inch., 



such TPAFFir. is incLur>Er> in ctheb nnMpsTir traffic 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



table 2.-si'Mmakv if foofic' a ,o io<»F<!Tic .-/iTEWHORNf c"'"-f«rE. hy i»« of traffic ano conunriTTy, calE'yDAB yfab i <>b 3 

(vft TRaffit i-j Tnvs Of 2,000 P'iiinosI 



couxnniTv 



1>ITB». 
TFRBITOHY 



TOTAL, «LL CIMMOBITIES—— ••■ 

fjru PBonueTS 

0101 COTTON, BA»--- ...-.-..- 

0103 BARLEY AND »»' 

01m coon-. ----------------------- 

0100 OATS--- ...................... 

01 OS BICE------------------------- 

0106 SOBKMU" grains--- ......... — 

0107 »«E«T. ........ .. 

0111 SOY8E A*3--- — -..... ...... .... 

0119 OILSEE03, "JET- ...-.-..--.-. .. 
0121 TOBACCO, LEAF.---...---.----. 

012? hay ANO foodfb.. ....... ...... 

0129 EIEL" CHOPS. NEC- ....... .... 

0131 FBESH FRUITS------ 

01J2 BANANAS AND PLANTAINS-- ...... 

0113 COFFEE- — — ---- ....... 

01JO COCOA BEANS------------------ 

0101 fbfsm »N0 frfi7F6 VEGET ABLF s-. 

0151 LIVE ANIMALS------------ 

0161 ANIMALS ANT PROO'lCTS, 'EC---- 
0191 MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS-- 

FOREST bpoOHCTS 

0SO| CBUOE RUBBER AND ALLIED RUMS- 
0861 FOBEST PBOO'lfTS, NEC--------- 



1 ,707,661 ,011 



If, Ku7,32S 



363.292,869 



956,520,8)7 



309, o 3b,759 



83, 006, 807 



(187, 1 32,208 



73, 100,961 



3, 1 *.0,on? 



FBFSH Fisu t OTHFR MARINE PRODUCTS 



0911 EBESH FISH, EXCEPT SHEU*i3M.- 

0912 SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PSEP AMFp.... 

0913 Mf NHAQFN- .- — . — — .--... ...... 

0931 MARINE S U FLL8, IINM4NHF»CTyRFD- 



METALLIC OPES 

1011 IRON OBE AND CONCFNTRATES----- 
1021 rOPPEB 0»E A»;D CONCENTRATES--- 
1051 ALUMINUM OBES, CONCENTRATES. -- 

1061 MA'.GA«JFSF DBFS, CONCENTR A TF S-- 
1091 NONFFBBOL'S 0»ES, CONCENT, JE r - 

COAL 

1121 CCAL A' LIG> ITE----------- 

CSijDF PETBOLEU" 

1311 CB11DE PETBflLFliM............... 



141 1 LIMESTONE--- ........ ......... 

1012 BUILSING STO'lE, IJNWOBKEO..--. 
1002 SAND, GRAVEL, CBUSHED BOCK... 
1051 CLAY--. — .................... 

1071 PHOSPHATE BOCK--.---------... 

lq79 NATUSAL FEBTILTZEB MATS, NFC. 

109 1 SALT- — .- "- 

1092 SULPHUB, Day................. 

tu93 sui.phub, Linnin-. ............ 

lo9o sybS'im, CB'IOF and plaste°S... 
1099 NONMFTALLIC mjmEBALS, NEC---- 

ordnance t accessobifs 
1911 ordnance and accfssobifs....- 
food « kindred products 

2011 "eat, fbfsh, chilled, frnzfn. 

2012 "eat a''0 products, nfc-.----- 

2010 TALLIN, ANIMjl FATS AN'' PJL.S- 

2015 ANIMAL "Y.pboOijCTS, >'fC------ 

2021 OATBV PBC.D'JCTS, •iFC------.--- 

2022 OBIFD mtl« AND CBEAM......... 

2031 FISH A»'D SHELI FISH, PBFPJBEO. 

2030 VEGETABLES AND BBEP, NFC----. 

20J9 BWFP FBJIT AND VFG JUICE, "T 

2001 »'HFAT FLOUR AND SE u OL I '. A -- -- - 

2042 ANtMftl. FFEOS"..-.. ...-...--.. 

2009 r.Bip, mji l PRODUCTS, nfc----- 

2061 SUGAR....... .............. 

2062 woi ASSES--------------------. 

20«1 ALCOHOLIC HEVFBAr.FS--- 

2091 VE^ETASLF OILS, MABG, SHOBT-. 

2092 AMMAL OILS A'lO F«TS, ' EC---. 
2090 GBOCFBIES--"------.- ........ 

2095 ICF. . 

2099 "HCFLLANFou* FOOD PBOOUCTS." 



1 ,339,991 

?, 168,379 

•0,01 3,«6" 

397, 9S9 

3, ?87, 007 

S, ,03,078 

57,?1».522 

•61 SI. "71 

703,551 

057,538 

23,797 

?*>7,6ia 
l,77R,5J0 

3,02=. 250 

1, 168,579 

269.993 

9*0,927 

100,03s 

239,719 

88,923 



90*., 307 
173. 156 



, SI 7, SOU 

801 ,030 

30.972 

,950,352 



5 = 


583 


186 




35 


875 


1' 


5S5 


600 




690 


121 


1 


iH 


756 



229, 785,060 



368,580,218 



HO'.MFTALLIC MUEBAI.S, FXCFPT F'IFLS 



21 , 909,093 
3°, 729 

52,29=, 397 
6.633,657 

17,300,002 
36,660 
5,660.335 
1 ,00s, 759 
5,778,9) 1 
8, ?81 ,593 
6,002,027 



17, \05 



1,15 8,193 

370, 159 

1 ,6R0, 130 

570,9116 

?R [ i,766 
329,601 
30»,909 

1 ,009,073 
2,106,016 

', 17'1,622 
1 3,907,301 

' »»555.?71 
5,0*0,570 

2.9I8.6J8 

?, 915, 905 

X, 899,820 

33Y, 7oo 

P07.099 

263,088 

2,291 ,719 



2,131 
26,287 

II ,?oi 

231, 8?u 

20,736 



0., 



30, 1 09 
160,773 



1 ,336, I 03 

I ,606, 089 

09,822,96" 

10,652 

2,86»,?8P 

a, 197, 28i 

a?, 108, i67 

2h,7U8,HU6 
700,781 
290,537 



52.126 

90,162 

3.018,981, 

1 .039.69X 

207,276 

105,301 

33.879 

109, 1 ia 

20, una 



931, 
121, 



515, 
151, 



111.831 

1 ,250, 1 78 

0, 152 

52,956 

0,071 

655,510 

1,906 

1 12,721 
16,588 



1 1 .'90 
29,231 



215,062 
22,302 



901 


505 


3,853 


025 


185 


838 


169 


"37 


760 


839 


608 


766 


350 


830 


6 


51" 


090 


105 


1 17 


208 



181, 630, I 9u 



592,973 



?, 557, 015 

3,777,007 

9,153 

36,660 
5,268,557 



73, 1 1 5.680 



2,529,825 

37,71 

1 , 103,023 

2,017,992 

1 1 ,980,705 



391,778 
1 ,039,326 



,982,639 

878,996 



587,521 
273,696 



13. "25 

163. 000 

27,729 

215,851 

637,1 08 

,290,287 



1 88,r,67 

170,038 

?, 908 , 605 

1 ,625,668 

2,360,01 ■> 

958,917 

8.162 



22,803 

761 ,921 



663,002 

37,035 

1 ,089,237 

53°, 1 11 

29,915 

292,933 

60,221 

1 93, 939 

38 b , »35 

1 ,933,507 

7,»5?, 156 

7, 80?, 533 

2?",953 

270,05? 

215,117 

1,19 7,016 

2 2,581) 



9X,712 
727,350 



1,717 

195, 60 5 

30, 1 79,699 

155.083 

69J,983 

1 ,206, |97 

1 5. 069,950 

19,302. 1 36 
12,621 

2,?28 
23,707 

10 3,661 

3 0,190 

2,11" 

75.9JO 

16,606 

20a, 1 12 

60,613 

17, 880 
2,851 



3,021 
22,715 



«87, 076 

•-27,622 

39.07P 

0,905,986 



622 

0,010 

169,318 

1,655 

100,536 

198 

205,923 

783 

03 

1,210 

I 1,021 

3,972 

032,951 

2,1 18 

21,005 

1 8.6U6 

159,285 

60,613 

6,990 

02,826 



3,0011 
1 2,298 



10,350 
9,050 



83, 1 59 
25, "07 



050 
1,?3° 



1 ,095 

003,210 

30,008,680 

123,002 

509,037 

1 ,205,999 

13,551 ,067 

19,200,755 

12,578 

1,01/1 

12,767 
99,239 



0,820 
1 ,697 
0,619 



80,075 
60,598 



16,278 



39,835 

8,575 



02,933,098 



021 
10,017 



852,262 

609, (go 

JO, 972 

0,891 ,8)5 



929,876 



20,766 
9,072 



1 66, 035 
328,977 
25?, 103 



155,500,706 



1 86,906,008 



1 8,786,695 

2,019 

08, 590,059 

"3°, 258 

5,355,500 



1 08,600, 071 



61 

I 12 

2,772,596 

8,068 

5,306,089 



16,71 7,000 



1 3, 806, 738 

050 
538,65a 

785 



166,035 
318,027 
2 1,16 7 



125,81 I ."hi- 



35,527,33* 



0, 905, OJ? 

1,057 

00, 067,891 

807,056 

O, 065 



1 0,950 
2, '98 



6 , 6 7 , ? 3 



0,015,816 
21 ,950 



7,033 
,778,91 1 
976,151 
,101,510 



2"'l,27f 

50,528 

1°5, 103 

10,010 

6?, "61 
8,939 
118, 877 
218,386 
o2o,80u 
?oi , 1 1 5 

5,867,078 
6, 06?, 700 
?, ?90 , 981 
I ,0??,917 

X36.016 
1 ,003,888 

1 V., 'f, 
?o7, 109 

1 69, (5? 

93?, 001 



2,010 

3,U23,962 

8,093 
92,oai 



2 0,270 

58,307 

16,999 

7,875 

56, 707 

5,822 

1 16,825 

196,271 

U20,687 

25, »30 

331,150 

65,?77 

I ,600,U51 

026, 1 00 

325,399 

P7,«I5 

516 

262,150 



717,593 

052, 157 



3,605 

2,301 ,696 

237,261 

0,551 ,092 



53,253 

13,200 
05,820 



181 

1 66, 870 

11,335 



7, 100 
1,117 



2,000 
20 

17,616 



23 

207 



832 

?00 



796,568 



215,781 
5,090,57? 
6,817, 150 

600,530 

9 3.350 

10,985 

I .210,862 

115,06,1 

?, 60» 

1 68,03? 

1 3?, 786 



1 03 


063 


1 00 
10 


8U2 

OOO 


332 



20 
1 



2,065 
1 ,?30 



♦ SALT INCLHOFO II •OONMETni.LTC MINERALS. ''EC, n l»"P dSCLOSUBF OF I'lOivI'MiAL CllHPjr.y npfuATTONS. 



8 



Wateliolme Wotntnebce of the °United fftateb, 4983 



T*HU 2 — SU'<»ARV 'IF FOREIGN and TOMflTIC WATFROOPNf CO'-icfRrE. RY TYPF OF TRAFFIC ANO COMM00ITY, CALENDAR YFAR 1 983 — CONT INUCO 

(NET TRAFFir I»l TUNS riF 2,000 POUNDS) 



crr'MODT TV 



LAKENISE 



TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

>1I1 TilMArc" Mihlff ACT'iRf S — 

"ASIC TEXTILES 

2211 MASK TFXTTLF PRODUCTS------- 

2212 TfxTILF FinFRS, NEC — — — - 

APPARFL A (1THFW FINISHED TFXTTLE 
PRODUCTS, INCLURtNG KNIT 

231 1 APPAREL-— — ———--— 

LIIMRER « «00O P"-ODS..EXC. FURNITURE 

am t logs--- — — — — — .......... 

2U12 RAFTER LOGS — — — — — — 

2013 FUEL WOOD, CHARCOAL, WASTFS — - 
201" TI«SFR, POSTS, ROLES, PR I NO- 

2015 PULP«0n0 ( LOC-. -...-------.--. 

2016 H0I1D CHIPS, STAVFS, MOLDINGS — 

2021 LU"9ER— — ....... .. ... 

20J1 VENEFR, plywoor. worker mono — 
2ooi mono MANUFACTURES, NEC--....". 

FURNITURE « FIXTURES 

2511 FURNITURE ANO FIXTURES-...---. 

PULP, PAPER « ALLIED PRODUCTS 

2*11 PULP .......... ..... 

2*21 STANDARD NfwSPRINT PAPER-. .... 

2*31 PAPER AND PAPERtnARO-- ........ 

2*91 PULP AMR PAPER PRODUCTS, NEC — 

PRINTED MATTER 

271t PRTNTED w»TTFR— — • — — • 

CHF"ICALS 14 ALLIED PPODHCTS 

2*10 SODIUM HYDROXIDE—————— 

2811 CRUDE TAR, dil, CAS PRODUCTS — 

2812 DYFS, PIGMFNT, TANNING MJTS- — 
2" 13 ALCOHULS-- .-.------— ......... 

2816 RADInACTIVF "ATFRIALS, WASTES- 

2817 BENZENE AND TOLUENE———— 

2818 SULPHURIC ACID — — — — — 

2819 DASIC CHEMICALS ANR PRDR, upr. 

2821 PLASTIC MATEPIALS— — — - • 

2822 SYfTHETIC RUBBER— — — — — 

2823 SY\THETIC (mjn.xadE) FIBERS--- 
2831 DRUGS — «-----"- — ---------- 

2801 SOAP-.. — ................... .. 

2BSt PAINTS- — — - — - — — — - — — — 
2861 GU" AND '«POD CHEWICALS-------- 

2871 NITROGENOUS CHEM FERT I L I 7FRS-- 

2872 PUTAS3IC CUE" FERTILIZERS 

2873 PHDSPHATIC CHEM FERTILIZERS — - 
287* INSETTICIDFS, DISINFECTANTS--- 
2879 FFRTTLTZER AND MATERIALS, NEC- 
2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHFmical PROD — - 

PETROLE'JM R COAL PRODUCTS 

291 1 GASOLINE ..... . 

2912 JLT FUEL — 

2913 KEROSENE--------- - --- - -- 

20 1 'I DISTILLATE FUFI 1 ( ........... 

2915 RfcSIDUAL FUEI OR — — — — — — 

291* I iJRRTCATTNfi oils AUD r.RMSFS — 

2917 VAPHTHA, PFTROLEHM SOLVENTS — - 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, AND PITCHES- 

2920 rO"E, PETROLEUM COKE— — 

2921 1.1'jUFFIED GASES------------- — 

295t ASPHALT BUILDING MATERIALS 

2991 PFTROLFU* AND COAL PROD, MFC-- 

RIJMHE9 4 "isc, PLASTIC PknU"CTS 

3011 RUPBFR AND MISC PLASTIC »1 r, l)" 

I FATHFR * [ EATHFR PROR"CTS 

3111 LtATHEO AND LEATHER PROOi'CTS — 

STONE, CLAY, GL'SS, R CONCRETE puilQ, 

3211 GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS- — — 

3201 RUTLDIWS CEMFNT---. ....... . 

3251 STRUr-TIIRAL CI AY PRODUCTS------ 

3271 LI"E ---- — 

3281 ri)T STONF ano STONF PRODUCTS-. 

3291 «ISC JON'ETAILIC u TN f R tL PRno- 



I ,3B3,9(,0 
10*, 578 



ia,oo«, 107 

11, 103,710 

21«,081 

182,9)9 

1,325,677 

7, 053, fell 

o, 9<iu,253 

1 ,595,210 

887,920 



80=, 753 



0,860,699 
1 ,783,089 
0,750,732 
2,052,970 



200,325 



0,001,1*0 

1 ,070,638 

22,157 

5,53*-. 033 

15,128 

0,371 ,*80 

1,937,792 

00, U2", 180 

3. n 21 .*3t 

329,70* 

313,977 

171,070 

030, 101 

055,205 

099,*** 

7,559,023 

5,5*3,55* 

2.201,22* 

230, «*3 

10,011 ,080 

2 , u u 1 , u 7 



85,282,751 
12,*0'4,09* 

?,**3,250 

*5,?"5,700 

155,*3o,735 

7, 17»,020 
10,90«,*20 

9,*23,oi9 
18,550, 1 15 

7,0/16,605 
37,705 

U, J02.539 



*29,*32 
11,*?', 575 

650,658 
1 ,032,7*3 

2IIC,*89 
1 , 377, 89" 



*1 , 1 3* 



8 2 8 , /I 7 
29,303 



009, 350 
50,*71 



250,220 



13,732,995 



102,799 

2,*13 

79,2*5 

928,933 

1 ,707,«30 
951 ,207 
227,801 



052,252 

1 ,309,*87 

885,050 

95,517 



29,19* 
79,032 



0,781,*01 

2,303,818 

023,003 

1 80,020 



3, 03*, 739 
357, *50 

3,239,939 
732,878 



38«, 100 



825,082 
10,583 

728,531 



388,5** 

20,089 

1 ,020,871 

0,323 

15»,796 



II ,133, «7? 

537,115 

11,195 

*3,P53 

7*,*79 

83,327 

301,951 

22,018 

l,579,ss* 

1 ,991 ,«58 

2.902 

*0,372 

103,180 

902,300 



9,7*3,*01 
1 ,010,775 

**1,30* 

8,035,007 

01 ,929,770 

O08,*50 

5, 7*9, 22« 

1,539,097 

13,922 

0,520,580 



72,'Jh» 



9, 37b, 63* 

2,032,301 
?37,*05 
201 ,239 

85,957 

277,7*0 
90,207 

192,537 
1,800,971 
1,590,728 
1,**5,901 

1**,*92 
5,02*,<-39 

Q09, S27 



570, *70 

330,3*8 

60,52* 

4,1*0,021 

11 , 1*9,018 

1 ,*7S, 109 

100,773 

129,99* 

10,2*9,008 

2, 21*, 780 

27,*83 

00,05a 



329, 1 03 
,303,91 1 

510,096 

71 

2 20,006 

755,053 



237,!I01 
55,007 

1 12,292 

10,350 

0,013 

200,331 



1 06,203 
2*,*00 



07,812 



0*0,892 

11,103,710 

8*, 086 

101 ,270 

1,20*, 012 

1,703,037 

932, *05 

220, *00 

279, *59 



979,708 

75,752 

*29,339 

1,220,575 



0,001 , t*o 

1,101 ,928 
2,0*8 

3,as9,*eo 

222 

3, 08*, 357 

1 ,937,792 

19,913,67* 

52,175 

80,B66 

9,085 

8,838 

75,010 

23,007 

285,111 

0,178,09* 

1 ,980,970 

572,363 

7,799 

0,801,257 

829,180 



7O,9OU,a80 

11.255,353 

1 ,937,378 

52,*09,S3* 

102,537,903 

5,090,221 

0,99U,*19 

7,953.92* 

0,2**, 385 

1, 105,201 

10,062 

0,330,019 



8,927 



*3,128 

9,22o,*57 

27,070 

1.022,302 

8,270 

382,510 



70,381 
1,677 



06,750 



31,822 
20,927 



6,930 



0,510 
35.836 



806,031 

92,858 

272,302 



102,187 



8,937 

02,233 

05,203 

309,529 



13,871 



1, 180,990 

219,051 

2,068 

987,330 

222 

206,052 

97,090 

3,706,522 

33,10* 

759 

9,085 

8,838 

70,006 

23,000 

71,330 

05*, 370 

167,982 

97,121 

0,182 

171, **1 

359,300 



02,008,0*0 

*, 823, 188 

7*8,701 

25, 009,00a 

30, 690, 006 

2, 75*, 071 
1 ,621 ,651 
2,852,258 

2,760 
200,005 

9,*67 
1,370,760 



01 ,861 

1,771,790 

12,97* 

1,376 

2,089 

193, »1 1 



200 

1 12 

6,016 

0, 700 
0,292 
2,670 



6,602 

7,356 

73,972 



032,373 

9,530,186 

78,871 

56,*97 

1,200,39* 

1,691 ,700 

119,929 

122,818 

3,003 



960,169 

26,163 

510,105 

903,095 



18,609 

1,613,520 

2,905 

8,627 



51,293 
169 



18 

5,867 



2,798 
170 



2,702,965 
705,370 



153,201 
130,672 



2,278,518 



623,658 



223,108 
812 

aao 



2,290,268 

1,611,615 

15,117,105 

17,507 

79,259 



983,391 
228,687 
826,835 



5*,259 
903 



3,511 

8,909 



569,813 
191 , 809 



020,003 

050,713 

2,003 

6,671 

159,958 

69,380 

378 



3 

2 

213,777 

3,609,330 
1,768,380 

075,262 

3,610 

0,600,199 

258,09) 



23,936,502 

3,600,500 

791,066 

1*,*5I ,oi» 

38,547,910 

2,101,701 

2,312,08* 

0,357,509 

3,505,399 

805,825 

6 

2,075,597 



5*, 537 
03,705 



21,885 
2,076 



7,887,215 

079,335 

3*5,721 

10,282,768 

27,310,032 

167,510 
029,902 
560,201 
608,802 
18,881 



852,790 



17 


21,239 


220,377 


0,998,227 


150 


10,300 


283 


1 ,020,*83 


322 


5,859 


90 


182,07* 



*,503 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



taslE ?--su«w»»v nr foreign «n;> domestic haterhornf comhkjce. by typf nr traffic and co*vfir>tTY, calenoar year i983..rriNTi»'uFn 

(»'FT TRAFFIC l" T'VIS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



rn«"oniTv 



INTPA- 
TFRRTTOPY 



PRIMARY >-ET»L PRODUCTS 

3311 PK, IRON———-—- 

331? SLAG— — — — — — — — " 

3319 jron and STEFL primary forms — 

3315 IRON. JTFEL SMAPFS, EXT ShEFT- 

3316 tRON AND STEFL pl»TES, BHEETS- 
3J17 iron and STEFL PIPE •MO tu«e-- 
331* FERROALLOYS"----- — — — — — — 

3319 IPO'* ANO STEFL PRODUCTS, NFC»- 
3331 nOvffrrouS MFTALS, NEC-------- 

332? COPPER alloys, UNHORSED— — - — 
3323 LEAD and ZINC, unno-rked- — — -- 

3320 ALU"INU« AND ALLOYS, UNhPRkEd- 

FA">RICATFD METAL PRODUCTS. ExCFPT 

ORONA'TF, MACHINERY,! TRANS. F-).)I 
30 1 I FASRTCATf.5 MFTAL PROPUrTS- — — 

M1CHINEPY, FKCEPT ELECTPIC4I 
3511 MACHINERY, E>CEPT ELECTRICAL- 
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, 
EOUTPMENT « SUPPLIES 

3611 ELECTRICAL HACH AUO EQUIP 

TRANSPORTATION' EOJIPXFNT 

3TU MOTOR VEHICLES, P»RTS, EOUIP" 

3721 AIRCRAFT AND PARTS---- — — — — 

3731 SHIPS INO boats------ --------- 

3791 'ISC TRANSPORTATION eqijIPMFNT. 

INSTRUMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC A. OPTir»L 
GOODS, ">»TCHES 3 CLOCKS 

3S11 I6STR, TIHF, PHOTO, OPT GOOOS- 

MISC. PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 

3911 "ISC MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS-- — 

»4STE » SCRAP MATERIALS 

• Oil IRON AND STEEL SCRAP — -------- 

O0I2 NONFFRROUS MFTAL SCR 4P — — — — 

•022 TE»TILF «ASTE, SCRAP, S*FEP- — 
902a PAFF.R 'ASTE AND SCRAP. .-.-.-.. 
9029 *ASTF AND SC°AP, NFC---------. 

SPECIAL ITFHS 

9111 HATER"-"-...""-".--- 

9112 COMMODITIES, NEC-------- 

„ tl o fhpty CONTAUERS-------------- 

9999 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ANO SCI- 



650, 107 
I ,008, 006 
t , ms 13ft 

1 1 ,70S,9<I3 

1 ,7o?,«oo 
3.002,565 
1 ,S79,989 
?, J?3,6?0 
303.620 
ROl ,697 

570,516 
1 ,??*, 166 



0,583,976 



S,380,2ou 



,91«,901 

22,539 

150,909 

229, 9|9 



8,526,838 

1 , 197.593 

2*1 ,396 

1 ,89?, 897 

15,056,279 



1 ,331,582 

6,180,088 

98 , 899 

tS8,77S 



59", ?9o 

1,298 

11 1 3 , 9 1 9 

10.696,219 

103,199 

?,9?9, ?9? 

937, 30" 

1,755,6211 

132,566 

705,793 

360,530 

610,293 



.231,909 

7,(180 

60,998 

20,909 



102,735 

730,836 

7,973 

2,«9l 



3,989 

97 

79,692 

99,399 

393,571 

?99,079 

a7,971 

76, 189 

1 1 1,707 

135,877 

88,718 

068, ?81 



3, 076.991 



590,093 
19,520 
56,09« 
7U.875 



6,587,891 
961 , 028 
292,868 

1,838,199 



97,8?« 

I ,096,651 

>.S7,>;75 

955, <7S 

1 .JOS, 680 

»7S,79(i 

990, 710 

593, B07 

59, 307 

59,977 

1 17,268 

1 97,69? 



596, 999 

539 

29, 913 

129, 190 



9,528 



869,039 



1,836,21 2 

5,679 

555 

1 ,862 

15,056,279 



1 ,331 ,582 
5,8?6,958 

98,899 



7,8 
1,0 

53,9 
19,1 
76,5 



12,982 

310,392 

160 



39, 9 

32,7 
12,7 



19,919 
1,191 



591,659 

307 

21,998 

129,981 



J? 
371 



122,266 



103,932 

162 

555 

75 

57,175 



1 ,700 

9,996,999 

29,992 



21 ,951 



89,701 
728,96? 
653, u?3 
897,955 
, 1 75,991 
591 ,?9n 
590, , ?H 
537,790 

?6,569 

95,'>7? 

1 15,896 

192, 0?P 



199,8?9 



267, 300 



a,651 
232 

1 ,99? 
9,109 



717,389 



1 ,936,760 

5,517 



2,902 
3,875 
9,396 
10,9?5 
9,58? 
2,128 



SO? 
799 
915 



5,?71 



6, 000 

30 



553 
63 



1 ,?39 
12,981,222 



1,226,052 

705,251 

23,628 



103,830 

13,316 

279 



2 
25 



95,917 



10 



)i<tt<if.o,n< '(nomtm ,< 4 of tAe °United Main, /<>x.i 



TOTAL WATERBORNE COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES 

1974 -1983 
EZJ'««ion E3oo«stic 

EZ3«»e*T LAKES COWTS ^COASTAL fOWTS CfflcOASTWISC EHjLAKtWISC C3ll«.AI© 

MILLIONS Of «mowt TOW 



200 



400 

I 



600 800 1000 1200 

—I ■ 1 1 1 i L_ 



1*00 1600 

_1 I 



1800 
_| 



2000 2200 
—I 1 I 



YEAR 



1983 



1982 



v///™v/M^ 



i/b»»»»« i i inii ii i i niiii» i iMlin » i - - - -^ _ . A, m " — -- »-^— ----* - - -^^^ ... ... ■' . , L«_ » •«...' _- ' * . ■- 






US73.»~ 






1981 







WMMSfaM 



1980 



.-:"."■! ju'. ',", ' > ' , " ; "_ '■ ". ■' ' ■ ' .■'. ! •'■■ • ■. v^-. ' - < ' jj'.-. 'T ■:*£ ' "■_■.' J 'J-jipv-'Vi* A^^.^^^:!;lv.v v ' ^*i * •V/.V" " *'' ' *' ••!:• •••Iv-' ' ^ ■V/^^^^^^ ' ^ ? ^^^^^^ ' ^.^. ' ^. ' . * . * . , V 
- a~ 1- * 1 iV i~.i.i i .....-. > ■ ■ ^...« l ..f. . ,t.. j , i ..^J ' V» /i'» i' 'vVV«'i » 'i i i' ''. ■ ' ^ ■ ^•i -- L'L'j'i'£i- ' jii' - -' ' ji'- » i"i ' L' ^ ' fc ^''» i» ' iJ' 




1979 



^^^ - \ 



'j '»_' fa .' A^4* >» fc li ^J » V h W ^ yW* to^i 



1978 




I — *-"■ '• 1 r- , ---:-. , - ' :.-.'-v.- , - ' -'.v"-.'.v.-"-'. 



* * * 



1977 



1976 



1975 



1974 




V »' ■* 



*»« ■ . » ..!. 




, * « ,836.0 * • * * * • * : 9*9 .0 



mM-zi 



:-SfojB> 




mm £ 



OW ti i *l » *>Ai ■ *' ^*» 't l i it 




NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



11 



PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES CARRIED BY WATER 

CALENDER YEAR 1983 
TOTAL COMMERCE 




SEASHELLS 
0.3 %' 



FOREIGN COMMERCE 



DOMESTIC COMMERCE 



PETROLEUM AND PRODUCTS 


36 


8% 




l^-^^COAL A 


ALL OTHERS / 


\?°^>^ 


211% // 


\T ^ 




W*>1 


/^ / 


\\ 


AT / 


V\5. 




GRAINS \ 


134% >> 


LOGS AND / 




LUMBER >/ 




3.5% 





AND COKE 
8% 






SEASHELLS 
0.5 °/< 



SAND, GRAVEL, 
AND STONE 




AND STEEL 
5.3% 



12 



"MfatelAolne < €ommei,ce of the rj ilnited tftateb, 4983 



TABLE 2A — SUMMARY OF FOREIGN COMMERCE AT COASTAL PORTS, RY COMMODITY. CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



COMMODITY 



TOTAI , ALL COMMODITIES----------------- ——— — — — ...... 

FARM PRODUCTS 

0101 COTTON, R A «- ........................................... ...... 

010? BARLEY AND RYE---— -----.. —— ............................. 

0103 CORN- — --— — — -- — ----.-....- ........................... 

01 0U OATS.......-..-- — . — -.....-. — — .-...... — ................ 

0105 RICE..----------"-----"-- — -— — — . — — .-—. — — .. 

0106 SORGHUM C.R A INS- — — ................. . — •——.— 

0107 WMF AT. ...... .--...--.. — .................................. .. 

0111 S0Y8FANS-.-. ..-.— ...................................... .... 

011» OILSEEDS, NFC........--.-.---.. — -—---- — — --. — .. — . 

0121 TOBACCO, LEAF---..--- — ........ .......................... 

01?9 FIELD CROPS, NEC--.. — -.-.- — — ------ — -.--. — . — — - 

DIM FHFSH FRUITS.-----------------. — .--.. — - — — -..-— ....... 

01J? RANANJS AMO PL »NT A I NS---------------.--.---. -. --------------- 

13? COFFEF — ——...—. ........ .......... ..... ...... .......... 

OlJa COCOA pe A NS-- ....-------... — ...... -....--.-.-...— ...... .. 

0141 FRESH AND FROZEN VEGET ARL FS.--.-- — .....--. — -..-.--•- — " 

0151 LIVE ANIMALS"- — ---.-...-...-.. — -..-. — — ..-.....- — — 

0161 ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS, wfC ------------------------------------ 

0191 MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS--"— —. — . — ..— ........ .... 

FOREST PRODUCTS 

0841 CPUOF RUBBER AND ALLIED r.UMS--- — ... ———... .......... .. 

0B61 FOREST PRODUCTS, NEC" — -.-- — — •--..-. — — ——— — 

FRESH FISH A OTHER MARINE PRODUCTS 

0911 FRESH FISH, EXCEPT SHELLFISH- —— ...................... ... 

091? SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PREPARED-. — — -- — - — . ........... ....... .. 

0911 MARINE SHFLLS, UNMANUFACTURED. - — .— ............ ......... 

METALt IC ORFS 

1011 IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES — — ———— —— ... 

1021 COPPFR ORE AND CONCENTRATES — -. — .- — — —— .............. 

1051 ALUMINUM ORES, CONCENTRATES — ——— — — — — — — ------- 

1061 MANGANESE ORES, CONCENTRATES' — — — — — — — — — 

1091 NUNFFRROUS ORES, CONCENT, NEC— — — — ——— ——— 

COAL 

1121 COAL AND LIGNITE— ——— ———— ............... 

CRUDE PETROLEUM 
131 1 CRUDE PETROLEUM— ..... .... ...... ... — ..... ..... .. . 

NONMETALLTC MINERALS, FXCFPT FUFLS 

1111 LIMESTONE— — — — - ......................... ............... 

101? BUILDING 3TONF, IINWORKEO— — — — ..—.--.... .............. 

100? SAND, GRAVEL, CRUSHED ROCK...-..-.....-. — —.——..- — . 

1051 CLAY. — -..- — —..-- — ......-.-......-.. — ......... .......... 

1071 PHOSPHATE POCK..---- — — — — — — — .. — -• ——— ....... 

1079 NATURAI FERTILIZER MATS, NEC — — — — — — ——— . 

1091 SALT- — .-.. — - — ....... .---- — - — . — — ..--- — ........ ....... 

109? SULPHUR, DRY.- —— ................ ........ ................. .. 

1090 GYPSUM, CRUDE AND PLASTERS.- — - — — ....--—. — — - — . 

1099 NONMFTALLIC MINFRALS, NEC"- — — .— — .— — ....... .......... 

ORDNANCE A ACCESSORIES 

1911 ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES — ——— — .— ............ 

FOOD A KINDRED PRODUCTS 

201 1 MEAT, FRESH, CHILLED, FROZEN-— ——. — — .—.. — ...... 

?01? MEAT ANO PRODUCTS, NEC- — - — — - — — .- — — — — —— — - 

2010 TALLOW, ANIMJL FATS AND nn_s-- — .- — — — — — ........... 

2015 ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS, NEC — - ———. — — — — — ......... 

?0?1 DAIRY PRODUCTS, NEC".---- — — - — ..—— — — — ..... 

2022 DRIED MILK AND CREAM-...... — --. — — — — — — ......... 

2031 FISH AND SHELLFISH, PREPARED...— ............ ................ 

2030 VEGETABLES AND PREP, NEC-" — — ——— — — —— .... 

2039 PRFP FRUIT AND VFG JUICE, NFC----.---- — .................. — 

2001 *HEAT FLOUR AND SFMOL IN A-.. — ——..— ———. ....... 

2002 ANIMAL FEEDS—— —..- — - — .— ...................... ......... 

2009 GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS, NFC-- — .--- — — — -..-..... — — — ". 

2061 SUGAR..--- — . — .--.......... — •" — .". — . — — — .".. .- 

2062 M0LASSFS- — — ...................... ....... .............. 

2091 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES"---" — "-—- — - — — — — -.- — — — 
?"91 VEGETABLE OILS, MARG, SHORT--"-— ...-.-- — ..-.- — ....... 

2092 ANIMAL OILS ANO FATS, NEC-- — —...—.- — ................... 

2095 ICE-- — — .—.- — . ........................... ............. 

2099 MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PRODUCTS-----""-- — .......... .......... 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

2111 TOBACCO MANUFACTURES-—— -— — --— ———•""" 

BASIC TFXTILFS 

2211 BASIC TEXTILE PRODUCTS.---- — -- — - —————..-. 

2212 TEXTILE FIBERS, NEC"- — --."- —— .——. — ..— 



702,72S,S12 



371,773,135 



330,955,677 



1,336,274 

1,103,685 

08,338,725 

70,282 

2,592,958 

0,193,017 

39,839,669 

20,076,957 

289,931 

055,310 

109,937 

1,300,325 

3,023,136 

1,092,609 

251,307 

737,500 

2,033 

216,890 

46,072 



935,912 

150,009 



730,168 

173,402 

8,366 



7,811,433 

354,875 

13,365,869 

361,093 

879,865 



61,973,012 



181,558,397 



649,482 

37,710 

1,968,779 

5,434,629 

11,993,858 

36,664 

3,903,602 

I,0J9,326 

8,003,389 

1,571,626 



16,896 



1,244,524 

311,631 

1,401,812 

544,297 

192,876 

266,810 

280,035 

830,668 

1,679,588 

1,819,787 

8,007,598 

7,506,969 

3,173,598 

1,877,990 

2,093,053 

2,388,563 

207,742 

93,620 

1 ,307,047 



172,131 



1,231,233 
79,712 



2,131 

10,541 
11,201 
60,677 
24,736 



96 

89 

30,149 

164,773 

45,670 

90,162 

3,018,984 

1,039,693 

207,276 

105,301 

487 

109,035 

29,484 



924,621 
120,778 



515,106 

151,106 

2,297 



7,809,877 

185,838 

12,757,221 

354,581 

770,791 



1,125,074 



181,558,181 



592,971 



1,108,141 

1,761,092 

9,153 

16,664 

3,780,145 



7,982,639 
789,857 



9,955 



587,521 
273,696 



13,825 

162.992 

27,729 

215,814 

636,995 

1,293,306 



187,996 

169,495 

2,948,645 

1,607,937 

2,278,554 

906,231 

5,162 

93,625 

726,259 



61,090 



782,297 
29,002 



1,316,141 

1,091,144 

48,127,524 

9,605 
2,568,222 

4,191,417 

19,819,571 

24,076,868 

259,782 

290,517 

104,267 

1,254,161 

4,152 

52.9J6 

4,071 

612,19* 

1,946 

107,859 

16,588 



11,291 
29,211 



215,062 
22,296 

6,069 



1,556 

169,017 

608,646 

6,510 

109,072 



60,847,918 



56,509 

37,710 

860,618 

1,671,537 

11,984,705 



123,457 
1,039,126 

20,750 
781,769 



6,9*1 



657 

17 

1,401 

510 

29 

239 

64 

193 

386 

1,819 

7,819 

7,377 

224 

270 

214 

1,442 

202 



,003 
,935 
,812 
,072 

,884 
,081 
,221 
,671 
.282 
,787 
,602 
,474 
,951 
,051 
,899 
.132 
.580 



621.188 



111,241 



448,936 
50,670 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



13 



TABLE 2A — SUMMARY OF FOREIGN COMMFRCE «T C0»ST«L PORTS, BY CPMHODITI, CALFNnAR YE»B 1 983 — CONT I NUFD 

CT"J tons if 2,ooo POUNDS) 



APPAREL 3 C1TMFP riHISHFP TFXTILE 
RRPDllCTS, INCUPIWG <NtT 

231 1 APPA9EL »»—.»« ................................ 

LU"9F9 % «nnn PRODs.,Fxc. fiirntturf 
2«u LOr.s-------------- ....... .—..——........— .....—— -— 

2al3 FUEL ""OP, charcoal, » AjTES — — — — — — — - ............... .... 

2«10 TIMBER, POSTS, PILES, PILING — — ...-... — .................. 

2«15 PULP«noO, LOG — — — — — — ---.-..--.-.- — --.- ......... 

2a|i mjii chips, stavfs, moldings--- ...... ........................ 

2«21 i. u«PFR.-..-. .....-.............--.-..-.-.....-..-.-...- ...... 

2a3l vENEFR, plyhpop, worked «oop.— ....................... ....... 

2091 »000 MANUFACTURES, NEC-.--.-..-.....-.-.-...........""..... 

FIIRNTTURF II FIXTURES 

2511 FURNITURE ANP F I XTURES— ...--.---..- — ......-..—..———. .. 

Pill P, PAPFR I ALLIEP PRnnilCTS 

261! PULP--------...-......---- — . — .—. ——. .......... .. 

2*21 STANDARD ne»BpRInt PAPFR — ... — . — — . — — — — —— — ......... . 

J6J1 OARER AND PAPERBOARP — — — — — — ——.. — — .......... ...... 

j t 91 pulp »>•"> p«pfo products, NEC-------—--...-.-— ............ - 

printfd matter 
271 1 printep matter— ...... —....-.—...-.-. — ......... ....... 

Cmemitai 3 «. ali ied products 

2811 cbuof tar, (1il, gas produc ts--« - — — — — — ... — — -. ....... 

2812 dyes, pigment, tanning "ats— ..................... ....... .... 

28 13 ALCOHOLS---— ............. ................................ 

?816 BAPICACT1VE MATERIALS, WASTFS — — .............. .............. 

2817 PENZFNF ANO TOLUENE — ..—.........— .......... ............. .. 

2819 BASIC CHFMICALS ANP PPOO, NFr ................................ 

?»21 PL«STIC MATERIALS-- — — — - — — --—-- — — — — — - — - — - — - 

2822 SYNTHETIC 9U0BE9- — — — ............—. — .. ............. 

282J STNTMFTIC fMAK-MApf) F I RFRS — — — — .. -•-. — ... — -----.•• — ... 

2831 DRUGS—— — — — — — — — — .——.———.— — — — 

3 u i srsP. ........................................ ................ 

2851 PAINTS-.......— .......................................... ... 

2861 gum ANP «ooo CHEMICALS — ——— ———————— — — — — — — — — — 

2871 NITROGENOUS CMEM FERTIL I7E9S----— —---.-. — ---------------- 

2872 POTASSIC CM£M FERTILIZERS--. ........................... 

2«73 PMOSPMATIC CMFM FERTILIZERS------- ...................... 

2876 INSECTICIDES, PIS INFECT ANTS---— —..— — — ....... — — — — — 

7879 FERTIL'7ER »N0 MATERHLS, NEC — — — — — — — — — — — 

2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROP---. — - — .. — .— — ............ 

PETROLEUM «, COM PRODUCTS 

2911 G8S0LINE — .-...- — .- — — — . — — ................ 

2912 JET FiJFL — — — -.-.-.--..... — -. — .- — .-.- .............. 

29; 3 kEBOSEnf .................. ......................... 

2910 PISTTLl»TE FUEL OIL — - — — — .................. 

2915 RESIDUAL FUEL OIL — — — - — — — — - — -• — — - — — — — — 

2916 LUBRICATING OILS AND GRE ASES-- ........................... .... 

2917 NAPHTHA, PFT90LEUM SOL VE NT S--.--. ........................... . 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, S'O RITCHfS.. ................ .................. 

2920 COKE, PETROLEUM COKE — — -...-. — — .............. ........ ... 

2921 LIOUFFJEO GASES — ---.- — ......... ....... ................ ..... 

2951 ASPHALT BUILDING MATERIALS.---..-.— ......................... 

2991 PFT90LEUM ANP COAL P90P, NEC-- ....-..- — ................ ..... 

RIIRRFR I MTSC, PI A9TIC PRODUCTS 

3011 RUBBER ANO MTSC PL4STIC PROD- — — .-.—— — .............. 

LFATHFR & IFATHFO P90PIICTS 
3111 LEATHER AND l. father PRODUCTS-. . — — ..—. — ——— —— — 

STONF, CL»», GtASS,» CONTRETF PROD, 

3211 GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS— —— — — .- — . — ———— ... 

3201 BURPING CFMF NT- ............ ....................... .. 

3251 STRUCTURAL CI AY PPopilCTS... ............................ ...... 

3271 LIME — 

3281 CUT 9T«NF ANP ST"NC PBOPI IP T S — — ..................... ........ 

3291 MISC NONHETAllTC MINERAL PROP-------- ............... .. .. ... 

PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS 
311 1 PIG IRON....-....-...-.-.— ......................... ......... 

3312 SLAG— — — ——— — — — — — . .......... 

3311 IRON AM>) STFFL PP1MARY FPR.S. ......... ....................... 

33|B T9PN, STFFL SHAPFS, EXC SHFFT — — — - ......................... 

3316 IRON AND STEEL PL'TES, SHEETS---------------- - ------------- 

3317 I9PN A"'D 8TE C L PIPE *NP TUBF..- — .......................... .. 

3318 FERROALLOYS-- - — -- — . — ..................................... 

3319 IRON AND STEFL PRODUCTS, NFC.--. ................ ............. 

3321 NONFER90US "FTAL9, NEC"-------" — .................... ..... 

3322 CCPPE9 ALLOYS, UNWORKED — — ........ ........ ................ . 

3323 l€*0 and 7TNC, unhopkfo.. ........... ....... .................. 

332<l ALUMINUM AND ALLOYS, M'ihORK F P. .............................. . 



13,984,756 

131 ,906 

81 ,597 

79,265 

5.711,57a 

3,996, 679 

I ,373,nns 
005,272 



701,130 



3.700,062 

1 ,706,800 

I , oo9, 06B 

311 ,102 



730,957 

20, "75 

1,635,057 

I 1,oof. 

788,957 

20,196,71? 

2.967,753 

208,310 

303,887 

1 61 ,566 

356,626 

026, 6?5 

P| 0,006 

3,259,320 
2,720,777 
1 ,66°, 803 
225,133 
5,076,878 
1,806,557 



10,135,655 

1 ,309,103 

725,872 

12,296,520 

52, 61 1,526 

2,001, 35B 

5,880,229 

1 ,631,oos 

13,007,312 

6,701, 195 

27,683 

1 1 1 ,760 



560,876 
1,999,988 
62<,173 
10,0?! 
231,506 
796, 171 



87,859 
1,395 

350,701 
8,575,06'l 
039,^09 
2, 659, ?09 
892,08"; 
375,683 
?02,029 
839, 030 
?9S, 71 
91 3,258 



691 ,290 



250,220 

102,799 

2,613 

79,?65 

9?a,933 

1,697, 72* 

9=0,606 

277,719 



61 I ,866 



303,768 

1,309,215 

709,81 1 

95,505 



307,328 



615,201 

10, 583 

631, 1fc2 

10,859,090 

533,578 

1 1,123 

63,253 

76,262 

83,209 

336,097 

22,018 

I ,058,002 

1,130,303 

2,862 

59,755 

50,327 

898,375 



9,590,875 

1 ,010,775 

661 ,306 

8,136,578 

01,001 ,508 

018,601 

5,735,518 

I ,516,235 

13,922 

0,570, "580 



77,006 



508,869 



328,239 

1 ,800,891 

513,126 

71 

222,88? 

B61,638 



83,870 

1,298 

290, 1 30 

8,081 ,353 

96, "2" 

2, 379, upo 

800, B?? 

299,619 
130, 899 
713,57? 

?17, 111 
1,115,007 



33,183 



13,730,536 
?9, |07 
79,990 



0, 781 ,601 

2,298,950 

022,399 

177,563 



89,?60 



3,036,690 
357, 62B 

3,?39,25'i 
215,597 



92,810 



387,629 

20,075 

1,020,256 

0, 323 

158,795 

9,337,21 9 

2,028,675 

237,191 

200,630 

a 1 ;, 300 

273,377 
90, 1 28 

|9?,o?a 
I ,800,922 
1 ,590,070 
1 ,665,90) 

165,278 
5,026,551 

908, 1 8? 



500,780 

330,368 

60,526 

0, 159,906 

I I ,1*9,01 9 

1,592,710 

100,721 

120,779 

13,033,390 

2,216, 61«; 

27,683 

39,359 



236,637 
55,007 

112,107 

1 1,350 

7,960 

235,533 



3,989 

97 

70, 5*7 

90, 1 I 1 

302,975 

279, 7?9 

07,963 

76,060 

111 ,531 

135,867 

88,718 

067,951 



14 



'Mo >./*> l4o % >i4> 'Co in me 'ice of I he "United W/ateb, J!tS.i 



TAHI E ?A— SUMMARY OF FOREIGN COMMFBCE AT COASTAL PORTS, BY COMMODITY, CALENDAR YEAR I 983-.C0NT INIIEO 

(I« tons of ?,noo pounds) 



FABRICATED «ET»L PRODUCTS, FXCtPT 
ORONANCF, "ACHI»ifpy,« TRANS. F'JUTP. 



lull FAMRICATED "FTAL PRODUCTS- 



MACMIN»BY. EXCEPT FIFCTRirAI 



\S\\ MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL- 



Fl FCTRICAI. MACHTNFWY, 
EO IIPMENT ASUPPl TFS 



S61I ELECTRICAL MACH AND ElvUIP- 



TUANqPORTATION FOUIPMFNT 



3711 MOTOR VEHICLES, PARTS, EOUIP — 

37?l AKJCAFT AND PARTS — — — — — — 

373t SHIPS AND 90ATS- —————— 

3791 "ISC TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMEUT- 



IMSTPIIMFNT1, PHOTOGRAPHIC % OPTICAL 
GOODS, KATCHFS » CLOCKS 



3M1 INSTR, TIME, PHOTO, OPT GOODS — — - — -- — - — — — — — — — — — 

MTSC PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 
101 t "ISC MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS — — - — — -" — — — — — — — " 

WASTE «, SCRAP MATERIALS 



U011 IRON AND STFFL SCR AP — — — — 

101? NOMFFRROUS METAL SCRAP.- — -. 

'10?? TEXTILE fcASTF, SCRAP, SWEFP- 

'IO?<l PAPER XASTF AND SCRAP.-..--. 



SPFCTAL ITF"S 



411? COMMODITIFS, NEC-- — — — — . — . 
9990 DEPARTMENT OF DEFF»'SE AND SCI- 



U,7»«,*(l? 

21 ,S>»7 

l?n,93o 
90, 173 



(.,06?, 55? 
681, ?66 
?50,566 

l,8io,u8? 



510,819 

151,090 



?,34S,9?I 



0,?0S,8?0 

7,070 

60,877 

?0,90t 



?oo,oio 



870,980 



uj,u«6 

221 ,649 

7,973 

?,801 



380,366 



l,a??,m 



579,0?? 

10,513 

56,053 
69, ?7? 



119,571 



88,565 



6,018,(66 
a59,617 
20?, 593 

1,837,601 



126,053 

151,090 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



15 



TABLE 2B. — SUMMARY OF FOREIGN COMMERCE AT GREAT LAKES PORTS, PY COMMODITY, CALFNOAR YEAR 1983 

UN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



0102 
010-5 
Oioa 
0105 
010* 
0107 
0111 
0119 
012» 
0131 
oiai 
0151 
0161 



0801 
0*61 



1011 
1051 
1061 
1091 



nn 



1011 
1002 
1051 
1091 
1090 
1099 



2011 
201U 
2015 
2021 
2022 
2031 
2030 
2039 
2001 
2002 
2009 
20*2 
2081 
2091 
2095 
2099 



2111 



2211 
2212 



2011 
2013 
2om 
2021 
2031 
2o9i 



TOT»L, »LL COMMODITIES- — — - — — - 

FARm PRODUCTS 

PARLEY AND oyf-. ....... ............ 

coos....-.-.-. — — — — — — — — — 

OATS — —— — — — —— — — — — — — — 

RICE— — ——— — - — — - 

SORGHUM GRAINS — — — — — .......... 

■HEAT. ........ ............ ......... 

s r>YRF^3- ................. ......... 

01LSFE"S, NEC— — ........ 

FIFLO COOPS, MFC— ----------------- 

frfju FRUITS- — - — — " — — — ——— 

FRFJl- AND FR07FN VEGETABLES — - — — 
LIVE ANIMALS — — — — — — — — — — 

ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS, »EC — — — — 

FO c EST PRODUCTS 

CRUDE RUBBER AND ALLIED RUMS-- — — 
cnRfST PRODUCTS, NEC — — — — — — — 

FRESH FTSH i OTHER MARINE PRODIITTS 

SHFLLFISM, EXCEPT PRFPAREO— — — — - 

MFTALLIC ORES 

IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATFS- — — — — 
ALUMINUM DRFS, CONCENTRATES — — - — 
MANGANFSE ORES, CONCENTRATES— — — 
NONFFRRO'JS ORFS, CONCENT, NEC-- — — 

COAL 
COAL AND LIGNITE----— — — — — — 

CRUDE PFTROI FIIM 

CRUDE PETROLEUM-..—. ......... 

NONMETALLIC MJNFRALS, EXCEPT Fl.lFLS 

LIMESTONE . — — — — — — 

SAND, GRAVEL, CPHSHED ROCK-- — ----- 

CLAY------ — — — — — — — — — — — .. 

SALT............. .............. 

GYPSuu, CR"PE AND PLASTERS — — — 
NONMETALLTC MINERALS, NEC — — — — 

ORDNANCE * ACCESSORIES 

ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES — — — — — 

FOOD % KINOREO PRODIlrTS 

MFAT, FRESH, CHILLED, FROZEN-- — — - 
TALLOn, ANIMAL FATS «ND OILS — — - 
ANIMAL BY. PRODUCTS, NEC- — --------- 

DAIRY PPnD"CTS, NFC — — — ——— 

DRIED milk AND COF AM.. ............. 

FISH AND SHELLFISH, PRFPARFD — — — - 
VEGETABLES AND P9FP, NEC-- ------- - 

PRFP FRUIT AND VFG JUICE, NEC — — 
KHFAT FLOUR ANO SFMOLINA. ...--- — — 

ANIMAL FfFIS----. ------------ -- — — 

GRAIN mjll PPODUCTS, NFC—. — — — 
MOLASSES-------. — ...... ......... 

ALCOHOLIC BE VFPACFS — — —————— 

VEGETABLE OILS, MARG, SHORT — — — — 

ICF. ......................... 

mISCELI aneoiis Fonn PRnDuCTS--.----. 

TOPACCO PRODUCTS 

TOBACCO MANUFACTURES——— — — — 

BASIC TFXTII FS 

BASIC TEXTILF PRODUCTS- — -.. — — -- 
TEXTILE FIBERS, NEC — -----.. ....... 

APPAREL * OTHER FTNTSHFD TFXTII E 
PRODUCTS, INCUDING «NIT 

APPAREL". ..-...-- — ... — ......... .. 

LUMBER A HOOD PRODS, ,EXC. FURNITURE 

LOG S . 

FL'FL OOOf), CHARCOAL, WASTES. ------- 

TIMBER, POSTS, D OLES, PILING- — — 
LUMBER------- . — — — — — .- — — — . 

VENEER, PL»"OOD, morkeo aonn 

WOOD MANUFACTURES, NFC...... ....... 



as, oi i,3B2 



16, 070, 190 



13,080,060 



32,337,192 



26,790,890 



569, 

1 ,095, 

172, 

3, 
2,308, 
2,671, 

aon, 

10, 

23, 
33, 



091 

(1110 
1 90 
66 
860 
890 
978 

000 

020 

15 

315 

392 

out 



6,970 

032 



6,9(13,097 

3,736 

51 

331,008 



12,267,702 



2,073,316 

1,731,659 

361,770 

1,756,733 

2,053 

89,291 



6,399 

87,025 

7,639 

39 

53,852 

37 

01° 

1 ,530 

113,720 

32,625 

125.602 

17,731 

86,076 

67,372 

107 

11,371 



s* 



06,528 
262 



1,155 



2,059 

89 

It' 

10,969 

1,605 

2,o«9 



15,706 
171 ,107 



3S.39? 

79 



6,971 
032 



3,091,628 

3,616 

51 

323,312 



1 ,008,870 

16,315 

1 , 08B,(112 



89, 139 



37 

153 
981 



71 

503 
17,731 
85,858 
12,686 

107 
1 ,091 



06,110 
261 



?" 



10, ini 
601 
13? 



15,706 
11 1 ,183 



33,392 

05 



51 
31 1 ,678 



1,022,227 

1,818 

1 ,088,012 



50,020 



1 10 
211 



29 
369 

17,731 

65,005 
1 0,902 



203 



22,527 
23 



553,305 

1 , (IO5,0UU 

1 ,0(17 

66 

3,860 

2,308,890 

2,671,978 

(1(10, 999 

7,560 

15 

23,315 



17,335 

088,809 



517,381 
2,392,783 



15 
12,068 



0,862 



92 

032 



156,922 
3,616 



3,851,069 
120 



3,805,867 
100 



1 1 ,63a 



12,267,702 



12, 100,807 



26,607 
10,097 



2,073,316 

282,785 

300,055 

26", 321 

2,053 

15? 



2,073,316 

282,785 

291,292 

268,296 

1 ,835 

55 



6,399 

87,025 

7,630 

31 

53,852 



33,373 

660 



02 
170 



266 

553 

113,720 

32,550 

125,059 



190 
33,706 
21,113 

957 



20,813 

1,700 

t07 

80S 



?18 

50,686 



96 

3«6 

69 



23,583 
238 



018 
1 



603 
601 

21 



U,860 

1 , orta 
?,«57 



067 
B9 
08 

030 
19 
66 



536,010 

1,006,635 

1 ,007 

66 

3,860 

1 ,79) ,513 

279,195 

aon, 999 

7 , 5 6 'J 



1 1 ,?07 

0,862 



05,602 
20 



3,036 



53,163 

25 

218 

97 



6,399 
5a, 052 

6,979 

31 

53,85? 



266 

363 

79,Q7a 

11 ,001 

120,1 0? 



122 

50, 300 



389 

1 



0,095 
OFF 

2,791 



16 



Mate>i&o%ne f (nomtne%ce of Ihe °Uniled fftaleb, 49H3 



TAHLf 2B — SUM"ARY OF FOREIGN COMMFRCF »T GREAT LAKFS PORTS, BY COMMODITY, CALENDAR YEAR I 983—CONT INUED 

(IN TONS if 2,000 POUNDS) 



commodity 



FURNITUWF 3 FIXTURES 
?S 1 I FURNITURE AND FIXTURES — — — - ——. 
PUL P > PAPFR % ALLIFD PRnnurTs 

2*1 1 PULP- — — — — — — — ........... 

2621 standard nf«?pr!>jt p4pfr — — - ...... 

2631 paper and daperboaro — • — -- — - — 

2691 phi p and paper products, nfc— — 

rojntfd mutter 

2711 printed mattfr. ................. ... 

chemicals « ii ltfd products 

2811 crudf tar, ojl, gas products — — 

2812 dyes, pigmfnt, tanning mats- — — •- 

2813 alcohols — — — — — — — — — — — 

2»17 bfnzenf ano tolhfne- — — - — — — - 
2810 BASK CHEMICALS 4*0 prod, NEC — — 

2821 PLASTIC MATERIALS. ............... .. 

2822 SV'ithETIC R'JRRFM — ........... ...... 

2823 SYNTHETIC fMJN.MADF) FIBERS- ....... 

?8 31 DRUGS — — — - — - — — — — — — — 

?»a| SOAR. --...-...-. -• — — — -.. — ...... 

28t,1 PAINTS — . — .-- — — .-. ........... 

28oi gum AMn hood CHEMICALS— .-.-—-— - 
287' NITROGENOUS CHE" FERTILIZERS — - — - 
2872 P0T4SSIC CHE« FERTILIZERS-- — — — 
2871 PHOSPHATIC C^FM FERTILIZERS — — — 
2876 INSECTTCI1FS. "I ST NFECTA NTS — - — — • 
2879 FERTILIZER AND MATERIALS, MFC — — -. 
2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHFHICAl PROD — — --• 

PFTR1LEUM I COAL PRODUCTS 

291 1 GASOLIME — — . — — — -.- .......... 

291U DISTILLATF FljFL TIL"- — .-.---- ..... 
2915 RESIDUAL FUEL TIL-- — — — — - ....... 

2916, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES- — — 

2917 NAPHTHA, PETROLEUM SOLVENTS- — - — . 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, AND PITCHES- — — — 

2920 CC<E, PETROLEUM COKE---.---—--. — . 

2921 LIQUEFIED GASES..--.-.-.--. — .. — •. 
2991 OETROLFUM AND COAL PROD, NEC--- — " 

RilRRFP j "ISC. PLASTIC PRODUCTS 

SOU RURO.FR AND MISC PLASTIC PROD- — — 

LEATHER * LFATHER PRODUCTS 

3U1 LEATHER AND LFATHER PRODUCTS—— 

STONE, CLAY, GLASS,* CONCRETF PROn, 

3211 GLASS AND GLASS PPODUCTS- — — - — - 

3241 BUILDIMG CEMENT...-..-—— — — - — 

3251 STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS — — — — — — 

3281 CUT STONE AND STONE PRODUCTS-... — . 

3291 MISC NCNMETALLIC MINERAL PROD... — . 

PRIMARY MFTAL PRODUCTS 

3311 PIG IRON-.. — — -... — - — .-- — . 
3311 IRON AND STFEL POIMARY FORMS—— 

3315 IRON, STEEL SHAPES, EXC SHEET — - — 

3316 IRON ANO STEFL PLATES, SHEET3 — - — 

3317 IRON AND STFFL PIPE ANO TU3E-- ----- 

33 t 8 FERROALLOYS------ .-.--. — ......... 

3319 IRON 4ND STFFL PRODUCTS, NFC-.-- — . 
3321 NONFFRROUS MFTALS, NEC---. — - — — - 
332? COPPER ALLOYS, UNWORKF" — ---..-..-. 

3323 LEAD ANO ZINC, IJNNORKED — -- - ....... 

3324 ALUMINUM AND ALLOYS, UNWOR«ED — — • 

FABRICATED fFTAL PROOUCTS, EXCEPT 
ORDNANCE, "ACHINFRY.3 TRANS. E3UIP, 



FAORICATED METAL PRODUCTS. ...... 

M4CHINFRY, EXCEPT FLECTRIC4I 
MACHINERY, EXCEPT FLFCTRK4L — . 



3711 
3721 
3731 

3701 



Fl.ECTOJ.CAl. MACHINERY, 
FOUIPMENT (SUPPLIES 

ELECTRICAL M4CH AND EQUIP- — 

TRANSPORTATION EDUIPMFNT 

MOTOR VEHICLES, PARTS, EOUIP — . 
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS — — — — — ' 

SHIRS AND BOATS------ .— — -.. 

MISC TRANSPORTATION FOIITPMFNT-. 



118, 529 

<I97 

176,328 

517,293 



01,753 

It 

10,896 

96,370 

313,796 

7,203 

526 

(.05 

1,070 

1,165 

5,573 

509 

121,203 

861,809 

io 
2,031 

92,915 
5,310 



202,616 

299,311 

188,266 

82,1(11 

33,772 

38,188 

836,118 

169 

756 



521 



1,628 

199,030 
2,015 
1,873 

190,213 



161,120 

133,860 

2,215,101 

57,371 

61,562 

92,791 

1 ,151,130 

1 ,811 

2,231 
157,530 
165,266 



78,966 



2,517,795 



37,060 

13 

166 

5, (,06 



118,181 

172 

175,613 

12 



10,816 



11,281 

96,369 

271,378 

3,537 

7? 



117 

78 

5,151 



1?1 ,150 

861,555 

10 

617 

92,857 

3,965 



172,726 

209,269 

188,266 

o 

33,720 

33,262 



21,835 



861 

199,030 

1,870 

1,821 

191,115 



161,120 

129,785 

2,211,866 

6,725 

19,812 

92,786 

1,151,005 

1,667 

2,221 

157,530 

161, 83* 



18,331 



25,637 



2,759 



25,589 

6 

121 

3 



51,010 

SI 

126,671 

3 



10,131 



10,271 

96,369 

270,323 

2,727 

13 



260 



1,298 



2,B36 

861,555 

10 

517 

92,198 

3,381 



172,721 

290,269 

179,287 

9 

33,720 

33,262 



21,051 



571 

199,012 

1,010 

391 
191, 190 



121,611 

32,033 

281, 166 



25,916 

16,158 

1,119,107 

282 

1,111 

66,456 

159,907 



1,975 



20,298 



97,474 

121 

48,972 



4,osb 

810 

29 



157 

8 

1,156 



118,618 



359 

581 



2 

8,979 



290 

18 

830 

1,130 

225 



12,809 

97,752 

1,930,700 

6,725 
23,866 
76,628 
34,598 

1,385 

1,110 
91,074 

4,929 



13,116 



5,291 

6 

57 

3 



45 
25 

685 
517,281 



283 



937 

11 

615 

1 

39,418 

3,666 

454 

605 

653 

4,387 

119 

509 

49 

254 



1,411 

88 

1.34S 



29,890 
75 



82,435 

52 

5,226 

836,418 

169 

696 



145 

49 

4,798 



4 


075 




238 


50 


646 


14 


750 




8 




125 




177 




10 



10,511 



2«7 
5t6,977 



12 

7 
150 



23,531 

1,891 
364 



94 
43 
38 

482 
49 

254 



53 

305 



52, 199 



4,500 

720,570 

131 

691 



71 

48 

366 



201 

5 
80 



2,515,036 



45 

5,603 



42,018 



2,511,508 



5,124 
7 



• 25 



25 
«38 

304 



279 



925 

7 

465 

1 

15,884 

1,772 

90 

605 

559 

1,349 

81 

27 



1,361 

88 
1,040 



75 



236 
52 

726 

115,818 
38 

5 



281 



569 



74 

1 

9,432 



4,075 

37 

50,641 

14,670 

e 

91 

177 

10 



376 



11.311 



41 
5.596 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



17 



TABLE 2B--SHHMARY OF FOREIGN COWMFRCE »T GREAT LAKES PORTS, BY COMMODITY, CALFNDAR YEAR 1 9B3--CONT I NUED 

(IX TONS IE 2,1011 POUNDS) 



COHMOOITY 


TOTAL 


IMPORTS 


EXPORTS 


TOTAL 


CANADIAN 


OVERSEAS 


TOTAL 


CANADIAN 


OVERSEAS 


INSTRUMENTS. PHOTOGRAPHIC H OPTICAL 
GOODS. »1IC»£S » CLOCKS 

1811 INSTR, TIME, PHOTO, OPT GOODS---- — --" 

»ISC. PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 


29,570 

24,678 

628, 274 

110, SOB 

275 

553 

ioe>,3ii 

7,?B8 


1.452 

12, 977 

59,249 
509, 187 


1 ,106 
12,638 

59,249 

509,002 


U6 
339 


28,118 

11,701 

569,025 

1.011 

?75 

553 

2,39? 
7,288 


27,978 
11,252 

10,544 
230 


140 

449 

556,481 


w»STE ft SCPAO viTERlAL.1 




185 




275 










553 

2? 


SPECIAL 1TFMS 


143,919 


143,121 


498 


2,370 
7,288 















18 



Watel&olne Vootntnelce of tne "United .^tatei*, /ftS.i 



TARLF 3--r)M'iFuct «T SHICTHi I'OuTS FKCLHOING gwfat i.AkFS ports, riLFM^*" yfar \t*\ 
C IN iu.»s of a, i>n o Pouuns) 



CUA3T*T:JF 



SH1PMFNTS 



OETF ICTS SHIP" rn rs 



ALABAMA 

GUNTERSV1I LF 

MOBILF H»»90R-»-"»»»— ••• 

«l AS«A 

A NC HPB A r,F. ...... .......... 

ILIOLIUK HARBOR- — ------ 

KETCHIKAN HARROW- — - — -- 
KOOIAK HARBP9-- .......... 

SITKA HARROR — — — — — — - 

VALOE7 HARUOR- ........... 

rfHITTIFR HARBOR — — — — — 

BRANGELL riARHOR- — — 

ARKANSAS 
HELENA — — — -« — — -- — — - 

CALIFORNTA 

ELL10OO* — ---—- -— — 
ENC I NA«. — .-- — - — ----- - 

HUMROLDT HARBOR AUO RAY- 
LONG BtAC h MARBOH— -«•»•< 
LOS ANGELES HARBOR — — — 
DAKLAI.L) HAR90R — — — — — - 
REPn'000 CITY HARROR- — — 
RICHMOND HARBOR — - — • 
SACRA MtNTP- — -—— — — •• 
SAN DltGU — - — — — - — — . 
SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR-----' 
STUCK TOM-- — ----.-----.--. 
VENTURA HARROP*- — - — — -• 

CONNECTICUT 

BRIDGEPORT HARBOR- — — — ' 
NEW hAKEN HARROR — — — ' 
NEw LPuOON HARROK — - — -■ 
NOR«ALK HARROR — — ———. 
STAFFORD MAKBPP,. .......... 



l;FLA»ARE 

NEk CASTLF AND VICINITY---------------' 

«ILMINGT0\ HARROR- — — .-..----------.. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMHIA 
HASHp GTO" HAR80R---------- -----. 

FLORIDA 

CANAVERAL HARROR----- -.-... 

CHARLOTTE HARRG3 — --- — — — — — — — —— ' 

JACKSON VIILF HA»BPR — ................ . 

MIAMI HARROR--------------------------' 

PAL U PEACH HAPRUH-- -----.---.-----.. 

PANAMA FITY HARROR-.-- — - - ------------ 

PENSACULA HARROR — --- — — — - — — - — - — • 
PORT FVERO.LADtS hARSOR---------- «-«• 

ST. PETfRSRMRC HAPRUri — — .-.--.... 

TAMP* h-jB, OP --------------------------- 

• EEOOI. I SL A UD ♦ .-.—— — . — — — — . 

GFURGIA 

BRUNSWICK M ARBOR — — — • 

SAVAN.vAH H»i ? RPK-— ———— —— .......... 

HA vA!I 

RARRFRS PPI'.:l HARH;R, OA h. i- ............ 

HILO HARROR, HAKAI I— —...........a.. 

HONOLULU "ARHP.R, rAHU — -— — — — — -- — ■ 

KAHULUI HAROOR, mAi,I— — - .--- ... 

KAuMALAPAu HAPHOR, L AN A I «..-.. — ....... 

«A*AIHAF MAORr-R, ht 4AII— — — — — ». 

NAoILI'ILI HARBOR, KAUAI-------- — 

« TOf.nAGE RY TYPF IF TRAFFIC NOT REPrRTF- 



2.055,792 



2,129,132 

137,607 

l , 7oa, 95i 

267,318 
508, 1 I 9 
03,536, 165 
358,003 
586,611 



391 , 182 

134,510 

1 , HI ,053 

ai,l 12,561 

28,039,681 

7, 130,717 

683,70 1 

15,603,2b5 

1,822,106 

1,121,952 

1 , 189, 31« 

1, 102, R65 

632, 066 



2,967,171 

8,266,909 

612,703 

727,913 

878,082 



9,769,915 
2,318,722 



2,285,751 

938,161 

1 1 ,760,2?! 

3,651,093 

2,36b,tl69 

1 ,59(1,263 

1 , 773,728 

11,163,317 

293,199 

11,131,162 

5«7, 175 



1,615, 880 
10,610, 367 



7,051,230 
1,522,112 
8,039,850 
1 ,612,568 
307,657 
011,158 
1 , 0(18,699 



93,021 

1,509 

225,363 

I 1 

81,637 



10, |92, ?1 6 



'55,261 

1«,721 

610,859 

5, 105 

167, 1 79 

1,111 



1 ,225, 7H? 
10,780, 157 



825,262 

3,623,50!) 



1,910,066 

296,881 

301,101 

179,955 

19,685 

123,609 



136, 07« 
111,311 
52,«5'4 
81 ,9i7 
29,915 
■M, 388,253 



196,193 



26 1, n| 9 



15,381 



'17 7 



I 78,603 
282,806 



1,070 
22,892 



10,593 

7,776,053 

6, 152,300 

2,272,632 

26,383 

2,519,158 

106,730 

211,378 

716,677 

219,211 



686,969 

12,203,986 

6,060,915 

2,786,218 

261, 381 

2,561,196 

1 , 118,21 1 

521, H17 

397,275 

660, 007 



127,258 

17, 105,989 

7,755,113 

335,280 



.657,826 
267,555 
315,115 
1,300 
121,903 



8,61 1 

737,621 

3,719,972 

821,1 12 

292,217 

2,916,372 

97,986 

7,200 

1,100 

11,031 



16,522 
2, 333,055 

51 1,737 

912,329 

15 0,677 

I ,727,65'J 

12 

60,112 

295,09.. 

31,7 1 



356,172 

2,177,357 

106 



1 ,073, 136 

1 ,269,612 

201 ,080 



2,391 

239,396 

10, 135 



1,139,781 
1,13 0,716 



1,620 
321 ,991 



1 ,690,999 

6, 199, 170 

310,872 

721,558 

616,895 



176,927 
166,571 



191,72" 

567,181 

11,950 



" . 7 9 3 
893, 166 



9,969 
29,569 



52,200 



SV9,005 
1,327,287 



26,779 

16, 157 

19,150 

6,355 



2,530,662 
73, 9R9 



1,118,160 
65, 165 



661 ,251 



67, 1 37 



2,179,073 
850,33b 
200,155 

22,990 

21,852 

2,369,101 

2, 707 

1,079,027 



2, 10 9, 7b 9 

1,191,019 

997,281 

350, 512 

626, 186 

209,823 

"7,703 

16,291,707 



862,516 

158,513 

9,573,905 

850,520 

973,716 

H60 

13,121 

8, 062,620 

96,592 

15,275,260 



90S, t 92 
702,270 
675, "66 
7.U19 
151 ,1 30 
707,051 



5,360,280 



99,661 

I ,217 

91 ,999 

2,589 

803 

7 9 , 7 ii 

633,500 

8,679 

1 06, 302 

196,690 



690,063 

778, 166 

«2i,712 

53,073 

38, 398 

223, "53 

207,639 

3, 035 

155 

1 75,972 



985 

687,526 

380 



1,715 

99,597 



1 ,019,665 
9, 129, 309 



3,525,59(1 

10,107 

695, 360 

25,063 



20 9,97 7 
1, 135,69b 



3i,*71 

1 CO, 901 
16,839 



1 ,100,051 



2,836,966 

b93,035 

3,795,131 

1 ,031 ,665 



12,029 
380, 1 1 3 



322,600 

583,272 

3,980,276 

736,755 



22*, 91* 
1 10,960 



1 96, 796 
210,677 



101 
238,860 



257 

166 

3) 



1 , 172 
20,965 



11,019 
5,000 



1 66,620 
513,022 



256, 36u 
168, 711 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



19 



TABLE 3--C1MMEBCE AT SELKTt:' PORTS EXCLUDING GREAT LAKES PORTS, CALENDAR YEAR 1 983 — C.1NT I NUf 
(IN TOMS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



RECEIPTS SHIPMENTS 



SHIPMENTS 



INDIANA 
MOUNT VERNON----"--- — — — — — ....... 

KENTUCKY 
LOUISVILLE-"-""- — .-.-.-. 

LOUISIANA 

8ATON ROUGE"""" — -""""-""" 

LAKE CHARLES (CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS) 
LAKE PROVIDENCE--"- — 

NE« ORLEANS — — — — — — — — — — — — — — - 

-AINE 

BUCKSPOPT H*RB0R — -- — — -—— — — - 

PORTLAND HARBOR------""— ----------- 

SEARSPORT HARBOR---- — -- — ------------ 

MARYLAND 
BALTIMORE MARHOR AND CHANNELS — — — 

MASSACHUSETTS 

FALL RIVER HARBOR------------------- - 

NE« BEDFORO AND FAIRHAVEN HARBOR--- — — 
PORT OF BOSTON---------- --------------- 

SALE" HARBOR---" — -------------------- 

MINNESOTA 

MINNEAPOLIS- — — — — ............ 

ST. PAUL — ——--—— — — . — - — - 

MISSISSIPPI 

BILOXI HARBOR-- — -.---—— ------- -- 

GREENVILLE-------- — ----- 

GULFPOPT HARBOR-------------- ---------- 

•UTCHEZ — — — — — .——- — — - — 

PASCAGOIILA HARBOR — -------------------- 

VICK3BURG-- — — — — .-— ............. 

MISSOURI 

PORT OF KANSAS C I TY- — — — — . — ..-... 

PORT OF METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS — - — 

NEt HAMPSHIRE 
PORTSMOUTH H ARBOR- ................... .. 

NEW JERSEY 

CAMDEN - GLOUCESTER- — -----— — — 
PAULSBORO AND VICINITY — -. ............ . 

TRENTON H A RR OP -------------------- - — - 

Nf« YORK 

HEMPSTEAD HARBOR---" —— ——----- 

PORT CHESTER HARBOR----"----"-- — ---- 

PORT JEFFERSON MAPHOR — — — — ..-" — -- 

PORT OF ALBANY-------- — — — — — .---. 

PORT OF NE« YORK— .................... . 

TARRYTOUN HJRB3R-- — — — — ---.-------. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

MOREhEAO CITY HARBOR — — — — — — — — — 

PORT OF dlLMINGTON- — -- — ............. 

OHIO 
CINCINNATI.----....- ......... . 

OREGON 
COOS PAY — ....................... — ... 



68,395,007 

?1 ,783,071 

OB] ,321 

156,272,189 



662,230 

7,9ou,207 
820,895 



31,57u, 307 



3,230,93") 

260,268 

17,036,078 

962,079 



1 ,071 ,510 
12,101 ,999 



1,079,598 
2,059,900 
1, 107,970 

600,307 

20,327,662 

3,005,019 



1 ,527,060 
22,657,907 



6,218,916 

15,783,699 

1,287,789 



1 ,956,820 

270,120 

3, 102, 89U 

5,265,198 

107,307,206 

032,710 



0,233,292 
5,731,788 



15, 963, 819 



o,775,9o,h 



5,738,639 
6,958,798 



13,313,650 
2,219,750 



2,69? 



8,719,056 
1,721,206 



5,537,30(1 
2,060,000 



13,265,105 



388,925 
,839,622 
605,581 



08,010,707 



553,001 

07,908 

5,397,293 

550,973 



25,600 
13,082 



12,195,217 



79 
1,569 

623,006 



2,028,038 



205,650 

2,689,089 

192,317 



1 1 ,520,751 



3, I on 

253,338 

13,915 



2,050,210 
120,205 

9,720,762 
399, 138 



126,609 
0,333 

921 ,883 
7,968 



10,576,00? 



775,076 



1,856,075 
6,967,868 



>78,?90 
272,800 



561,193 
1 ,870,030 



302,209 
2,251,807 



357,157 
880,038 
,913,339 



33 

18U,U80 
5,357,275 



192, 02r, 
1,850,252 



1,620,326 
691,053 



1,007,768 

29,930 

2,660,506 

751,810 

20,006,359 

1 1,969 



717,535 
2,551 , 738 



125, 101 

123,919 

25,859,161 



23,299 
8,078 



657.5S? 



6,Q18,050 



16,51 3,795 

3,016,277 

298,700 

58,950,022 



17,350,619 

0,709,530 

151,281 

17,703,206 



1 ,698,92' 



68,026 
50,016 
12,56? 



1 , 105,961 



632,009 
3,200,230 



1 ,007,218 

1, 165,930 

86,621 

252,079 

852,630 

2,005,025 



336,022 
7,128,280 



839, U61 
8,895, 350 



72,280 
893, 970 

2?, 109 

392,228 

,586, 188 

958,853 



363,702 

10,515,722 



I ,065,23? 
2, 198,071 
1 ,287,789 



1 ,622,830 
2,063,053 



159,205 

17 

2,928,777 

3,683,025 

020,705 



I , 123,20? 
56,033 



8, 177,367 



1,221,918 

257,070 

31,303 

0,353,520 



00, 196 
356,932 



66,018 
1,501 



827,700 
1,013,905 



92,659 
159,230 



376,370 
13,356,766 



15,800 
30,091 ,321 



5<J5, 330 
522, lull 



2,100 
05,790 



5,898 3,706,825 



637, 62h a.uoo 101,275 



20 



°Mat»%io%ne ^otnmetce of (Ae V/ »</*</ ///«/#*, /5*J 



TABLE 1--CdMMERCE »T SFLFCTED PORTS EXCLUDING GREAT l»KE8 PORTS. CALENDAR YEAR I 463 — CONTINUE D 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



RECEIPTS SHIPMENTS 



RECEIPTS SHIPMENTS 



LOCAL 



nRf GON-(CUnTINUEO) 

OREGON SLOUGH (NORTH PORTLAND HARROR) 
PORT Of ASTORIA------ — ----..--..--.. 

PORT OF PORTLAND — — — — — — 

YAQUINA HAY AND HAHBUR — — — — ---- 

PFNNSYLVANIA 

CHtSTF" — — — — .......... 

MARCUS HOOK AND V T C I N I T Y — — — ....... 

PENN MANOR AND VICINITY — — — ----- — 

PHILADELPHU H A RBTR -------.-------— . 

PI1TSBURGH — - — «.--. ............... 

RHODt ISLAND 
PRUVIDENCF RIVER AND HARBOR — — — — 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

CHARLESTON MAHBOR- — - — — — — — 
GEORGETOoN HARROR (wINYAH RAY)- — — — 



TENNESSEE 

C Hi TTAnnor, a--- -------------------- 

KNOXVILLE--- — — — ——— — - 

MEMPHIS --------------------------- 

PORT OF NASHVILLE———— 

TEXAS 

BEAUMONT— — — ——— — — — 

BROfcNSVILLE- — — ----- — ..- — - — ... 

CORPUS CHRIST I— — - — -.-— ....... 

FREEPORT HARBOR— — — — — — — — — 

GALVESTON (GALVESTON CHANNEL) — 
HARBOR ISLAND. — - — — — — "- — ----. 

HOUSTON (HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL)— — 
MATAGORDA SHIP CHANNEL — - — — — — 

ORANGE--- — ...--.-.--..-.. ........ 

PORT ARTHUR — — — — — — — ------- 

PORT ISABEL- — ———— — — - 

SABINE PASS HARBUR- — . — — - — -.. .. 

TEXAS CITY (TEXAS CITY CHANNEL)—- 
VICTORIA .................. 

VIRGINIA 

NORFOLK HARBOR.- — — - — - — —— ... 

PORT OF HOPEWELL — - — — — - — ... 

PORT OF .iFwPORT NEWS — — — — — — 

PORT OF RICHMOND —————— 

WASHINGTON 

ANACORTFS HARBOR.— — — — — 

BELLP.'GHA" RAY AND HARBOR — — — 
EVERETT HARBOR AND SNOHOMISH RIVER 
GRAYS HARBOR AND CHEHALIS RIVER — - 
HAMMEPSLEY INLET.-.- — ....... ..... 

OLYMPIA HARBOR — — — — — — — — — 

PORT ANGELES HARBOR- — — — — 

PORT GAMBLE HARBOR — ——— — — 

PORT OF KALAMA--- — .... — — — — — 

PORT OF LONGVIEK-- ..—- — — --.- — - 
PORT OF VANCOUVER — — — -.- — - — - 
PORT TOoNSEND HARBOR———— 

SEATTLE HARBOR.- — - — — — — — . 

TACOMA HAP80R — — ........... ..... 

'EST VIRGINIA 
HUNTINGTON— —————— 

PUERTO RICO 

FAJARTp hARROR———— 

MAYAGUEZ hARROR- — *-- ..... -- — - — 

PONCE HARP OR......... ............. 

SAN JUAN HARBOR — • — .. — ......... 



VIRGI'( ISLANDS 
CH&ISTIANSTEO HARROR, ST. CROIX- 



S2.727 
1 ,660,952 

25,7i9,o?i 
760,757 



834,833 

22,670,181 

1,951,206 

29,808,411 

26,182,911 



7,396,231 
552, «06 



2,628,772 

271, 101 

12, 131,117 

2,522,731 



36,001 ,675 

1,338,550 

37,155,132 

15,671,990 

10,177,718 

1,708,592 

88,706,519 

3,122,851 

399,092 

18,338,237 

281,758 

60S, 108 

35,196,211 

3,312,181 



12,967,830 

1, 191,690 

13,517,510 
1,653,086 



8,360,555 
1,332,177 
3,733,170 
3,561,702 
1,075,921 

115,331 
2,085,858 

575,827 
1,690,757 
9,137,971 
3,008,571 

559,263 
17,583,810 
11,156,371 



11,821,815 



663,653 

255,121 

576,731 

10,711,670 



12,371 
2,153,269 



518 

13,283,337 

1 ,671,919 

12,792,181 



858,713 

12,503,190 

9,237 



862 
162,100 



12,261 

16,790 

3,261,181 



128,191 

1,251 

219,221 



396,635 

617,072 

5,119,783 



20,710 
3,008,561 



1,007,012 



1,978,382 

100,615 



11,335 



2,007,897 
5,521 



11,151,281 

283,107 

13,219,121 

8,111,081 

1,308,137 

926,351 

18,501,116 

2,671,305 

760 

1,663,797 



1,066,817 

317,972 

3,035,761 

680,638 

7,265,172 

616 

22,129,9S1 

131,809 



3,928,765 



15,271,311 



982,115 



1,296, 165 

11, 182 

317,738 

71,311 



2,503,630 
227,737 
111,580 

1,551 



29,151,115 
119,352 

11,777,121 
117,727 



180,098 

300,939 

1,191,060 

3,275,712 



3,365 
307,182 



221,230 
1, 195,091 



22,521 

659,516 

676,138 

280,915 

,121,681 

,573,295 



953,031 
5,997,991 

382,779 

3S.252 

1,562,251 

6,996,332 



167,026 

206,978 

393,231 

3,581,388 



316,710 

5,189 

175,999 

625,278 



1,236,129 



2,763,952 
73,700 



3,615,872 

3,159 

3,171,265 

1,117,321 

202,119 

157,811 

8,210,791 

58,991 



911,192 



300 
5,108,686 



886,071 
73,531 
76,681 

123,030 



3,367,715 

17,311 

211 



18,665 
70,766 

11,313 



1 ,109,863 
661,931 



63,561 

12,951 

7,501 

,172,813 



350 
2,100,716 



175,661 



269,219 



1,830 



1,157,181 
19,720 

7,017,690 
527,687 
835,162 



8,169,220 



1,601,766 
3,373,211 



827,128 
85,231 
77,108 
19,967 



,151,212 

310,631 

3,600 

62,520 



88,359 

20,718 

131,878 

1,311 



2,146,316 
898,751 



805,927 

1,710,115 

228,361 

1,726,853 

18,934,108 



100,599 
150,881 



2,368,595 

211,602 

9,066,971 

2,315,418 



5,125,802 
461,677 

1,965,277 

1,191,638 
158,167 
581,291 
11,668,007 
197,007 
310,668 
727,642 
95,160 
151,908 

6,147,555 
736,996 



3,927,355 

219,969 
552,161 
638,380 



222,208 

205,131 

766,559 

21,716 

11,277 

125,087 

445,003 

240,305 

571,899 

1,375,834 

1,687,838 

214,403 

3,124,856 

1,799,663 



295,334 

63,050 

1,864,536 

751.520 



6,466 

2,301,613 

53,896 

2,056.923 

2,930,543 



156,396 
22,056 



258,247 

56,502 

2,777,949 

177,313 



4,266,043 

219,615 

6,365,098 

701,214 

90,192 

39,490 

11,757,055 

57,739 

65,690 

3,466,721 

189,598 

152.900 

1,160,030 

2,599,606 



2,661.11* 
322.425 
662,566 
644,671 



613.964 
240,725 
327,081 



436,969 

62,649 

137,497 

247.163 

103.920 

1.139.657 

208,463 

28,663 

966,660 

698,579 



14,437,300 



INTRATERRITORY 



42,510 
961,116 



116,076 



13,983 
83.204 



2,812 



36,675 
574,641 



101.097 



1,061,072 
4,618,2*0 



104,022 



ll». 769 



269, S27 



285,3*9 



2.300,914 
12,406 
18,469 



5,240,043 



1.951 
36,351 



133.000 
5,579 



1,215,252 
3,509 



121,678 



730,046 
200,200 
627,655 



1,065 



59,126 

7,649 



931,947 
829,617 



12,139 



3,753 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



21 



TABLE 3A- -COMMERCE AT SELECTED AREAS, CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



AREA 



NET TOTAL 
(DUPLICATIONS 

IN AREA 
ELIMINATED) 



FOREIGN 



IMPORTS 



DOMESTIC 
COASTWISE LAKEWISE INTERNAL 



DELAWARE RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, TRENTON, N. J., 
TO THE SEA 

BURLINGTON-FLORENCE-ROEBLING, N. J. 730,178 

CAMDEN-GLOUCESTER, N. J. - 6.218,916 

CHESTER, PA. -- - — 834,833 

LOWER DELAWARE BAY, DEL. 11,183,516 

MARCUS HOOK, PA., AND VICINITY 22,670,484 

NEW CASTLE, DEL., AND VICINITY — 9,769,915 

PAULSBORO, N. J., AND VICINITY - - 15,783,699 

PENN MANOR. PA., AND VICINITY 1,954,206 

PENNSGROVE- CARNEY POINT, N. J. 266,006 

PHILADELPHIA HARBOR, PA. 29,808,414 

THOMPSON POINT, N. J., AND VICINITY 340,183 

TRENTON HARBOR, N. J. 1,287,789 

WILMINGTON HARBOR, DEL. 2,318,722 

OTHER 130,440 

TOTAL 90,446,786 103,297,301 

HAMPTON ROADS, VA. 

HAMPTON CREEK, VA. 618,344 

NORFOLK HAR80R, VA. 42,967,830 

PORT OF NEWPORT NEWS, VA. --- 13,517,510 

TOTAL - 56,684,791 57,103,684 

CORPUS CHRISTI BAY, TEX. 

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEX. 37 455 132 

HARBOR ISLAND, TEX. 1,708,592 

TOTAL 39,131,318 39,163,724 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY, CALIF. 

CARQUINEZ STRAIT, CALIF. 16 065 927 

OAKLAND HARBOR, CALIF. 7'l30*707 

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. '683'701 

RICHMOND HARBOR, CALIF. 15 803 285 

SACRAMENTO RIVER, CALIF. l'838'583 

SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR, CALIF. l'484'314 

SAN JOAQUIN RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES 3 277*363 

SAN PABLO BAY AND MARE ISLAND STRAIT, CALIF. 6586084 

SUISUN BAY CHANNEL, CALIF. 2'oOl'630 

OTHER 9J76'o39 

TOTAL 56,161,640 64,047,633 

CHICAGO, ILL. AND IND. 

BUFFINGTON HARBOR, IND.-- 976,417 

GARY HARBOR, IND. ' 7,095*519 

INDIANA HARBOR, IND H'475'365 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL 24!.454'287 

TOTAL 46,617,602 47,001,588 



336,300 




1,856,475 


678,294 


518 


862 


5,662,040 


156 


13,283,337 


162,100 


4,439,784 


4,620 


6,967,868 


272,800 


1,671,949 






2,588 


6,804 


12,792,484 


4,278,058 


32,165 






1,130,716 


321,941 


48,176,224 


5,725,635 


4,296,165 


29,151,445 


347,738 


11,777,124 


4,643,903 


40,928,569 


13,249,124 


3,035,764 


926,354 


646 


14,175,478 


3,036,410 


1,002,788 


713,016 


2,272,632 


2,786,248 


26,383 


264,384 


2,549,458 


2,564,496 


108,730 


1,348,211 


716,677 


397,275 


675,553 


1,063,903 


336,215 


563,126 


44,046 


401,176 


6,624 


271,829 


7,739,106 


10,373,664 




12,510 






344 




200,015 




3,000,761 


802,212 


3,200,776 


815,066 



51,504 342,374 - 

903,442 - 2,688,066 92,639 

21,060 812,393 

160,790 5,351,629 8,901 

5,109,280 4,014,760 101,007 

2,707,589 2,617,922 

4,122,277 4,261,524 159,230 

— — 282.257 

99,313 157,301 

4,893,024 6,783,776 1,061,072 

145,005 163,013 — 

1,287,789 - 

240,560 625,505 

12,361 108,918 9,161 

18.466,205 29,497,227 1,432,010 

— 618,344 

1,713,499 6,591,469 1,215,252 

154,092 1,235,047 3,509 

1,867,591 8,444,860 1,218,761 

10,518,955 8,350,375 2,300,914 

157,811 623,781 

10,676,766 8,974,156 2,300,914 

11,273,189 — — 2,942,461 134,473 

1,159,392 912,435 

242,247 ' 150,687 

7,574,198 2,821,417 293,716 

365,543 16,059 40 

8,400 I 361,944 18 

566,587 I 964,890 6,430 

4,470,460 i 1,214,377 1,906 

962,632 593,776 

3,058.772 1 5,813,287 25,527 

29,681,420 15,791,333 462,110 

953,081 10,826 

6,331,302 763,873 

— 12,580,159 904,812 790,379 

4,711,819 13,911,260 2,028,235 

24,576,361 15,590,771 1 2,818,614 



22 



')t a fv i /■ <• 1 1< <■ 'fotiinnitr <• J' / /i <■ United SPtateb, jtm.i 



»«u «--co««f»ct at sflecteo poors on ime great lakes, caifooar in> |983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 HflllNliS) 



ShIpmE- IS 



SHIPMENTS 



ii i iniiii 

P0R1 OF CHICAGO---- — --- 



20.050,287 



1 ,85 1 , nl7 



15.911 ,26o 



INDIAN* 

HUFF INC- ION M ARMOR A-------- ... 

8URNS 8ATE9MAY HAHHUH--------------------. 

CART MARMORA-------------- — --- ---■ 

INDIANA HARBOR — --- --.---.-.-.-----... 

MICHIGAN 

ALAbASUH*-- — ...-.-----.................. 

AIPE NA HARBOR — ................ 

CALCIIf ■ . ■ 

JKUMOUNO ISLAND. ------- — ................. 

ESCANAHAA . ... ... ......... . 

SNAND MAVEN HARBOR AND GRAND RIVER- — 

MULL AND MARHOR------- 

LUUl VGTON HARHUH---- ----- — . 

"AROUEME HARBOR--- ............ 

MARYSV ILI l.-..--.-------«-. — ...... ...... 

"ONROE M ARMOR . ..... 

MDSKEr.ON HARHUR .............. 

pdki dolomite. ............. 

PORT HURON.-....----------....------.. 

PORI INLAND*- ......... — .. 

»0RI OE DETROIT---- ..... 

PRESUME ISLE HARBOR------- — 

ST. CLAIR ...... ... 

SIUNEPORT*------- --■ 

TRAVERSE CITY HAtflMR 

MINNESOTA 

oulutm - superior MARdoR — ............... 

SILVER HAYA----------------- - ---- — ..... 

I ACONITE H ARDOR. ....... 

T*0 HARBORS (AGATE HAY) .............. 

•IFti YORK 

OS*EGO HARBOR------- 

PURI OF BUFFALO-- 

UHln 

ASHIAHula mar mom 

CLEVELAND HARBOR 

CDNNEAOT h ARMOR .. 

F AIRPORT H ARMOR--.-. . . 

HURON riARHCR . ....... 

LORAIN h ARMOR-- — ------------ 

"ARbLtHEADA-------- — ..................... 

SANDDSaY HARhOR--. ----..........-.. 

lUlfcDO H ARDOR-- -. «. — 

Pf JNSYLVANI A 
ERIE HARHOR 

. [SCONSIN 

OOLl'TH • SUPERIOR hAROOR ---- 

GREEN MAY HARHOR--- --..-. 

1IL»AUKEE - 

OAK CREEK*-- — 

PORT NASHINGU'N Mk.nB ... 

« TONNAC.t BY IY»E OF TRAFFIC NOT REPORTED 



976,017 
6.332.23* 

7,095.519 
10,075, 365 



2. I 78, 
N, I 16, 

DID, 



,951 
(413 

,992 



5, 1^1 
9,201 
5, ill 



7i!> 
UOS 
565 

50u 

205 



,090, 1 78 
r 043. 126 
,92S, 367 

,050,999 



1,709,580 
1, JBO, JOB 
I, titbit 



2,700,575 

660, 7 7 



59,656 
39,117 
7,628 



"2,50 

59,952 



1,63b,' 

2.796,' 
359, 099 
I BR, OB 
513,62 
306,910 



I 79, IRS 
U,20(J 



802,551 
36 



52, 1R7 
173, 100 



52,ool 

2, 128,710 

20,009 



5,920,197 
189,072 
5.597,30 
1 12, bC)5 
60,363 
10,000 

2,952,766 
S, 170, 362 



2,531,716 



LUl'O'l', 
11.377,200 



1,060 

358,036 
259,619 
199,801 

22b, en 

203,0 

2,558,201 

926,6 



12,501 ,38 1 
1,193,728 
0,191,595 



106,079 
1,202,919 



??* 3! 7,999 



6,336 
23,853 



73,770 
1 ,788,952 



1,710,025 
I. I 62, 780 



1.B2I ,698 
1,978, 1 75 
1, 151,779 



1 , 389,290 
217. 718 

1 ,099,938 
253, 53U 

?, 286,550 

1,207,605 
7,327,990 



22,317,999 
O0,3?0 



100 

lie 



356,100 

122 

71,697 

2 
00,536 



17,76" 
217 
205 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



23 



TABLE 5" COMMERCE ON SELECTED WATFRwAYS OF THE UNITED STATES. CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



TOTAL TON- 
MILES 
(000 OMJTTEO) 



MILES 
PER 
TON 



ATLANTIC COAST 

ANAC0ST1A RIVER. 0. C .— — ———•--• ——• — ———————————————— — 

APPOMATTOX RIVER. V A.--- — — — — — — ............................. ........... ............. 

ATLANTIC INTRACUASTAL WATERWAY' 

bETwEEN NORFOLK, VA., ANO THE ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA. (NE T )---.---- — --- — --- — ................ 

U. S. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, NORFOLK • VIA DISMAL SWAMP CANAL ROUTE — ——- — -- — «- — ....... 

U. 3. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, NORFOLK - VIA GREAT BRIDGE LOCK ROOTE«»»"»"»""»»»-»-"»««i-"»"~«»« 

U. S. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, WILMINGTON — .......................................... 

U. S. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON------ —.—...---.—... — .- — — -.-.—-.. .......... 

U, S, ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, SAV ANNAH-— ----- ............ .................. ................... 

U. S. ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE— ——— — — — — — ................. ............ 

BAY RIDGE AND RED HOOK CHANNELS, N. Y .......... — — — — — .......... .......... ........... ........ 

OLACKBATFR RIVER, VA." — — —————— ............ ............ ............................. — 

BRETON BAY, MD .-.---—-—— — — — - ——- — ———— ———————.— —— — 

BUTTERMILK CHANNEL, N. Y ....... ... — .- - — - — - — -.—. — -.-- ...................... ................ 

CAPE COD CANAL, MASS.-— —-.—— — - ............. ................... ............. ........... ..... 

CAPE FEAR RIVER ABOVE WILMINGTON, N. C .— — — — - .............. ............. .................. - 

CHANNEL TO NEWPORT N£wS, » A..- — . — — .——— — - — -- — — -—. — .................................... 

CHELSEA RIVER, MASS.-- — ———..—.—— .................... .......... ....... ............. ....... 

CHOP TANK RIVER, MD.-- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

CHOWAN RIVER, N. C..-- — — . — — — — — — - — — — — - — — — . — — — .......... 

CONEY ISLAND CHANNEL, N. Y .—- ————— — — — ——— ....... —..........— ................ - 

CONNECTICUT RIVER BELOW HARTFORD, CONN.. — — — — . — .—.-.- — ----—— ————— — . 

JtLAoARE 6AY • CHESAPEAKE BAY WAlERwAY • VIRGINIA PORTION-—— ..—.——— ................... 

DELAWARE RIVER" 

TRENTON, N. J., TO THE SEA ( NE T )- — —————— ...................... ........... 

AT CAMDEN, N. J .— — — — — — — — —— ............. — ................................. 

BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA, PA., ANu TRENTON, N. J .— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ... 

PHILADELPHIA, PA., TO r I it. SEA--- — - — — - — - — ---———— ——————-———— ——— - 

EAST CHESTEP CHEEK, N. T. — .................. ............ ....... ............ ............ 

EAST RIVER, N. Y.« • ....... ...... ...... .......................... .......................... 

EAST ROCKAwAY INLET, N. Y. — - — — — — — — . ——— ——— — —— — .................... 

FLUSHING BAY AND CREEK, N. Y ..-.- — - — ————— ................ ...... ..................... 

jO«ANUS CANAL, N. Y..-.. ....— ------- ....-..-..-..-.-----..--.......--- ............... ............. 

GUftANUS CREEK CHANNEL, N. Y.- — ————————————— ——— — —————— 

GRAVESEND PAY, N. Y.— - — — - — — --.--. . — ... ............................................ 

1ACKENSACK RIVER, iM. J.- — --.-------.-- — -. — --. — .. — — — . — .... — — ....... .............. 

HAMPTON CREEK, VA, . ........... — .................................................... 

riARLEM RIVEP, N. r ................. ...... ....... ............................ 

HO USA TONIC RIVEH, CONN.-.. — ......... ........ ............................................ 

HUDSON RIVER' 

DEEP WATER In UPPER BAY, N. Y., TO wATERFORU, N. Y. (NED- — ........................... 

MOUTH OF SPUYTEN OUYVIL CREEK (HARLEM RIVER) TO WATERFORD, N, Y. — — — — — ———— — — — 

HUDSON HIVtR CHANNEL, N. Y. AnO N. J.—- — - — — . ........................................... 

INLANO WATERWAY FROM DELAWARE RIVER TO CHESAPEAKE BAY, DEL. AND MD. - CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL 
INIRACJASTAL WATERWAY" 

JACKSONVILLE TO MIAMI, FLA ............. ................ .. — .................................. 

MIAMI I(i KEY WEST, FL»." . — ———————— ........................... ............ — .... . 

JAMkICA BAY, N. Y." — • — — ... ............ ..................... ......................... 

JAMtS RIVER, VA.— — — ---- — --. — ..................... ... . — ...... — .................. 

LOWER ENTRANCE CHANNELS, NE* YORK HARBOR, N. Y.-— — — — — ———— — — — ... 

MAMI RIVER, FLA. . ..................................... — ............................... 

MYSTIC RIVER, Mass.— ...... ................................................................. 

nanticoke river (Including northwest fork), del. and mo.—-- — ................. 

MARROWS (IF LAKE ChAmPlAIN, M. Y. AID VT.— — — — — --------. ......... — .... ............ 

NEW YORK ANO NEW JERSEY CHANNELS, N. Y. AND N. J.-- — — — .-- — ....... ........ ............ ... 

NEWARK BAY, N. J.- — . — ....... ......................... . ........................ . 

NEwTOWN CREEK, l«. Y. ..... — ..... . ... . ...... . ............... 

NORTHEAST (CAPE FEAR) RIVER, N. C. — — — • — — — ——— — ——————— 

JCCDJUAN CREEK, VA. ....... ........ — ...... ...................................... 

OTSTER BAY, N. y." — • ................................ ............................ 

PAMLICO AND TAR RIVERS, N. C.-.. — - — - — — — ................................................. 

PASSAIC RIVER, N. J,— — .-.- .................................... ............................. 

PENOBSCOT RIvER, MAINE — .. — ...... .................................................... ... 

P1SCATAQUA RIVER, MAInE AMU N, h.- — ................. .............. ......... — .................... 

rocdmoke river, *u. and i/a. ........................... — • — .-. ..... ...... ............ .... 

poiomac rivfr below washington, . c- — —————— — ———— — .——— — 

rappahannock river, va. .... .................................................................. 

rar1tan river to arthur kill cut-off channel, n. j,— — -- — - — - — -. — . — -—- — ——-- — .—. — .—, 

RARITAN RIVER, l.. J. • ................................. — ............................... 

ruanoke RIVER, n, c.— — - — - — - — - — ....... .................................. — ... 

SCHUYLKILL PIVtR, PA.—- ...................... ...... ................. .......... 

SHIPYARD RIVER, S. C- — -- — — — — — — — — . — - — ..................... — ............. 

ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA., I ACKSHN v 1 LLE TO LAKE HARNEY- — -- — — - — - — -- — ----- — --- — — — -- — — -- — - 

SuSUUEmANNA RIVER ABOVE AND BELOw HAVRE OE GRACE, MD.— ..... — ........ .................. 

THAMES RIVER, CONN.—- — — — — — — . — — ................ . .................... ...... 

UPPER BAY, NEw YURK HARBOR, N. Y, ANO N. J.— — -—.——— ............................ ... ......... ... 

it STChESTER CREEK, M. r.— ———...— .-..«—.-— .............. — .............................. 

wEYmquTh FORE RIVER, MASS .. — - — -— .............. .............. .......... ........... .......... .... 

"ICUMICO RIVER (EASTERN SHORE), MD ...-—.— —......—— ........... ...... — .. ... 

"1LMINGTUN HARBUR, N. C. (SEE PORT OF WILMINGTON N.C., FOR PORT DAT A )--— — - — ............. ....... 

YURK RIVER, VA.-— — — — — — — — — — .......................... .... 

GHEAT LAKES 

CALUMET - SAG ChannEI , l L |_ . .... — .... .......... 

CHANNELS IN LAKE ST. CLAIR, MICH..— — — ... .......... .......... ...... .................... 

chicago river (hil ano north branch), ill. ................ .......... ............... . 

Chicago RIvFr (South branch), ill.— ............ — ..................................... 

CHICAGU SANIIAkY ANO SHIP CANAL, ILL.- — -------- — ---- — ■ ........... ...................... 

■ it TROD RIVER, MICH. ....... ....... ............................... ..................... 

GRAYS REEF PASSAGE, MICH..- ...................... .......................... .. 



523,907 
1,150,217 

3,882,066 
239, 1B0 

1,296,667 

2,S04,3B6 
709,993 
861,003 
559,072 

2,23U,059 
271,069 
566,459 

1,089,405 

11,832,721 

196,460 

19, 140,394 

7,913,352 
229,667 
27b, 801 

1,992,360 

1,823,791 
42,078 

90,952,672 

2,940, 124 

9,001,637 

90,766, 3B2 

1,635,587 

3B,R7l,951 

1,899, 1 19 

1,465, 32« 

838,062 

1,836, 153 

913,315 

2,220,459 

61S, 344 

568,506 

443,508 

20,046, 121 
17,345,234 
19,308,235 

1 7,403,805 



835, 

590, 

2,688, 

8,023, 

67,919, 

412, 
4,438, 

216, 

347, 

110,553, 

25,447, 

1,974, 

370, 

564, 

474, 
1,693, 
7,752, 

949, 
2,239, 

198, 

2,605, 

68, 

2,839, 

3,864, 

256, 
10,801 , 

950, 

482. 

345. 

547, 
126, 111, 

368, 
1 . 1 79, 

687, 
6, 074, 
4,21 1 , 



925 

3"6 
679 
110 
676 
424 
450 
461 

759 
429 
667 
937 
670 
262 

468 
741 
330 

464 
509 
243 
389 
073 
124 
783 
430 
B71 
638 
253 
142 
982 
237 
62/ 
218 
651 
8Rrt 
731 



6,445,250 

54, 708,477 

1,«53,720 

2,560,522 

18, 748,800 

60, 760, 098 

3,732,013 



1,005 
10, 124 

441,038 

5,064 

24,110 

236,390 

99,637 

62,658 

12,979 

4,676 

3,563 

3,399 

2,167 

265,452 

7,295 

95,702 

20,290 

2,643 

12,726 

1,992 

71 ,001 

3,790 

b,741,33u 

130,105 

6,61 1,225 

7,704 

512,490 

1,899 

3,242 

1,131 

1,836 

1,025 

20,247 

1,839 

1,914 

2,216 

1 ,274,739 

1 ,079,242 

195,496 

799,035 

30,946 

44,633 

31,368 

502,521 

879, 197 

1,234 

4,436 

7,03b 

b,260 

1,215,707 

68,223 

3,220 

2,089 

3,366 

923 

42,352 

11,708 

I 1 ,996 

6,019 

3,262 

153,280 

2,895 

2,839 

10,946 

5,962 

32,656 

951 

54,977 

2,761 

2,941 

403, 100 

660 

10,516 

16,700 

151,030 

38,235 



1411,386 

2,185 

9,93/ 

248,165 

1 ,606,464 



INCLUDED IN DELAWARE RIVER, PHILADELPHIA, PA., 
INCLUDED IN ST. CLAIR "1VER, MICH. 
10J-MILES .NOT REPORTED. 



TO THE SEA. 



24 



#»/e4/oi»« Vtotntnetce of lAe "United . ( /tafeb, 4983 



TAdLE 5 — COMMERCE ON SFLFCTEI) WATERWAYS UF TIH llMIM' STATF-S, rAIEuiiAR IM» 
(IN Tins [)F 2,000 POUMJS) 



IrbI— r i it i jiii i. 



TuTAL TON- 

"ILFS 

(000 UMJTTEO) 



GREAT LAKES - C'inTIndm) 

1LLIM01S WATERWAY. ILL. — . ...-...-.. — ...-. — .......... — . 

NIAGARA RIVER. N.Y.— — — ""-""-" — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

ROUGE RIVER, MICH.- ——..——— — — . — — — ..... 

SAGInaw RIVER, ^ ICHi ............... ............................ ........... .. 

ST. CLAIH RIVtH, MICH.-------- — .............. ... — ..... — .-.-. ........... .. 

St. MARYS FALL LAial, MICHIGAN AVI) SAULT StE. MARIE, ijnTARIO SHIP LANAI., C ANADA — — -•-•--- 

st. wA?rs river, viich. ............. ...... —.—.-..-—--—.....-«...-....—..-— .... ... 

STURGEON HAY AM) LAKE MICHIGAN SHIP CANAL, WIS.—- .----.--..-.-..- — -. ...--. .. 

GULF COAST 

ALABAMA - COUSA .IIVERS, fit*. AND (; A .— — — . — — — — — — — — — — — — 

APALACHKOI.A, CHAT TAHUOCrtEF , AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. AND FLA..-.-. — -- — — ----— — — - — — - — 

ATCHAFALAYA KIVFR, LA., "UWGAN CITY TU GUI F UF ME X ICO — .................... ............ 

oARATARIA HAY wATERlAY, L A ,----.—— — .............. ........................ ............ 

bAYUI] LASOTTE , flSS. ........... ... — — . — .—..-......————.———.».——— — 

dAYUU CHICD, FLA.-"" — .- — - — — -- — — — — — -.--- — — -«——————— .......... 

dAYOU LAFOURCHE «NU LAFOORCHE - JUMP WATERWAY, LA..-." — "— ............................ 

BAYUU LITTLE CAILLOU, LA.--------- — ------- — ---.--- — — ......... ..-. — ............ — 

BAYUU IECHF AiJLi VERmILIUn RIVER, LA .-- — ..-. — • — ».-.......—»——.- .................. 

dAYUU TEC HE, LA.------ — .- — -- — — ——— — ----— ................. ............ ... 

HAYUU TERREP.UMNE, LA .— — — . ————.-------. — --.- — ----- — — — — . — 

SLACK wARRIUR AND T0MHIG8EE RIVERS, ALA.- — ----.--.- — — -- — ----- — -- — -.---—- — -- 

BRAZOS ISLAND HAHrlUR, TEX. (HATERWAY).— —...... — -------- — .......................... 

CALCASIEU RIVFF AMD PASS, LA.---- — ----- — — .————.»— ......... .......... 

CEDAR BAY Oil, TtX. — ---- — ---- — — — — ————-—— — — ————————— 

CHANNEL m VICTORIA, TEX.— ........ -•■•-•-.. ............ — .......... — ............... — ... 

LhICKASAW CREFK, ALm.----- . — .--...-..—..— ..-—— ——.—..— ............. — 

CH3CJLATE IIAYUU, IFX.- — --------.-—.—-....-.. — -—— ........................ 

COLORADO PIVEP AND FLOOD DISCHARGE CHANNELS, TEX.----- — - — --—.— ........ — ................ 

CORPUS CHRISTI SHIP CHANNEL, TEX ,- — — ---- — — ----- — --- — — -. — -— ................ 

ESCAMBIA AMD CnntCOH RIVERS, FLA. AND ALA., ESCAMH1A HAY, FLA.--------- — ----- — ... 

FRESHWATER HAYuU, LA.------------------ — -- — --- — ........ — - — ................... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL rfATER""AY' 

HETwEEM APALACHEE HAY, FLA., AND THE MEXICAN bORDER-- — --- 

MORGAN CITY - PORT ALLEN ROUTE--- — — — --. — ----- — --. — —— "—---— ...... — - — 

HOUMA NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.--. .......................... ...................... 

INNERHARROR NAVIGATION CANAL, L A .-----.------------------------.---.---..- .................. 

INThACDASTAL VATEHwAY, l ALUUS AH A [ ChEE RlVER TO ANCLHTE RIVER, FLA. — — — — — — ............ 

LAKE MAUREPAS, LA,--- — ------- — ..— — -— ---—---. — .................. — . . 

LAKE PUNT1.HAR TRAIN, LA,-- — ---— — -- — -- — — — — -- — — — --- — — 

"ATAGORUA SHIP CHANNEL, TEX.--—- — — -- — --- — ----"-" — ---—--- .... 

lERMENTAll RIvEK, hAYOUS MEZPI'JUE AND OES CANNES, I A .---- — — — - — -— ............ 

MERMEN T«0 RIVER, LA.- — — — — .——— — -------- — — — — ---— ——— — -- — 

OKEECHOBEE wATERi.AY, FLA.---------— ........... ... ..... .. 

PETIT ANSE, TIGRK AND CARLl'l HAYJUS, LA, — — — ——— . — — — — — — . 

SA81NE - NECilES .JAIERWAY, T F. X . — — ... ...... . — ...-.- — .. 

SAN BERNARD RIVEb, TEX. -...-....- ... — . — .. — . ..... ... ... 

ST. MARKS RIVER, KLA. — ............. ...... — .. ..... 

THREE MILE CHEE*, ALA.—-.------- ......... -. .................... 

TRIBUTARY ARROYO LULURAOO, TF. X .- — — .. — — — — — — — — — - — — - — .-- — - 

/iater»ay Connecting tomhigdee am; Tennessee rivers, ala. and miss,---— 

WATERWAY FROM Ei-lPIRE, LA,, 1 QoLF OF MEXICO — —— — — ——— — — — — — — -——-- 

WATERWAY FROM INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY Tl) dAYOU OULAC, LA. (PAYU1IS LE CARPE ANO GRAND (AILLOU) 
1ATS0M HA YOU, FLA.----------------------- — ------------------------------------------------ 

MISSISSIPPI HlvFR SYSTEM 

ALLEbhENY KlvEU, HA., U-PROVEu PORT ION) ---------------------- — — 

ATCHAFALAYA HI vtR, LA.— ..... . ...................... — ....... 

BARLEY CANAL, ClMHERLANU ANu TENNESSEE RIVERS-- — — -- — - 

H1G SANUY RIVER, IUG A.nO LEVISA FORKS, KY. ANO w. VA.— — — — ———— — — . 

CUMBERLAND RIVER 1 

MOUTH TO MILE 552 (JED — ....... . — ... ................. ..... 

MOUTH TO NASHVILLE, I ENN. ---------------------------------------- ----------------------- 

NASHVILLE, IEVI., TO "ILE 5b?-- — ....... — 

GREEN AND KARRtf RIVERS, KY .————— — — — . — — — — 

HlnASSEt RIVER, IE IN. - ———.- — ... ... ... 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. 

KANAWHA RIVER, ... VA. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 

KASKASKIA RIVER, ili . — 

KENTUCKY FIVER, K Y .------------------------------------------------- ----------------------- 

"CCLELLAil - KtRR ARKANSAS RIVER vAvlGAIlON s Y S T E M--------- --------------------------------- 

MINNESOTA RIVER, n I UN . — — — . — . — — .-...-... . . — . — .- 

MISSISSIPPI RlVFw - GULF OUTLET, LA. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 

MINNEAPOLIS, .11")., To 'OJTil JF PASSES (NET)-"---------- — — — -- — ........... 

MINNEAPOLIS, III)., To MOUTH JF MSSOUPI PIvER. — 

MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH UF OHIO RIVER— 

MOUIH OF OHIO RIvFH T.J mil NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA. .-.-.- — — — — — - 

BATON ROUGE, LA., TO HUI "JUT INCLUDING NEW LRLEAN.S, L A . --------------------------------- 

NEW ORLEahS, la., TO «OU1H OF PASSES------ — - — — 

MISSOURI MIVEX' 

FORI HEr.TUil, i'.HT., Tu THE 'OiiTH (mET)- 

KANSAS CITY Til THE MOUTH------ . . 

U*AHA TO KANSAS CITY — 

SI LUX CITY Id dm aha--- ...... — .... 

10NONGAHEL A HlFR, PA. »«0 ». V A . ---------------------------------------------------------- 

10U1H i,F YA700 RIntR, MISS,.... — 

OHIO RIVER, PITTSBURGH l.i MOUTH-—- — ........ — ......... ........... ........... 



Ml, SI 1,«77 

", 032,521 
2, 1«S. 7 1 <J 

60, 121,215 

s?, I'is.mu 

S?,S?fc,bl)7 

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b90,2IIM 

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1,01 1, bub 

I V,M9?,92'1 

2SO.S02 

Ofcl.SOO 

411, S7I 

»U<i, AMO 

Ml , 1M9 

1C1,62« 

lM,b7b, 7M« 

1, 621,10b 

21, 7bl,07l 

MS4,9V1 

1,312, I HI 

2,8b2,MIS 

2,60«,100 

Ibu, 7MU 

19, I 11,118 

1, 77S,M"« 

301, SIS 

bS, 09}, 230 

19,2S3,00« 

1 ,2I0,«12 

<),'J}6,2SS 

1 , J98,bll 

«2S,Hf,n 

2,217,(>u? 

3,m?2,hsm 

1 , 108,281 

l,0bS,SHl 

b7, I \U 

BS3,bdl 

8 0,771,170 

629, bib 

726, bb2 

1, }b2,26M 

702, in?. 

131,12b 

7S9.967 

S16,JS1 

71b, MB2 



2,922,S18 
S, 271, 667 
1,110,879 
1,268,006 

1 1.47S, 102 
I 1 ,M7S,102 

3S8.618 
9, 919, "SI 

711, o96 
Ml ,026,BM9 

13,205,31 1 
2,503,093 

I '15, '123 
7,567,986 
M,8b0,228 
5,13"., 613 

392,135,133 | 
81, 117,867 
98, 728,158 
lib, 117,967 
281,028,162 
216,099,317 i 

5,61.2,299 

5, 115,269 

I ,011,218 

153,219 

2b,4bS,bh<, 

1 ,o0M,2b« 

150, 390,666 



6,735,231 
1,67/ 



2,026, 127 
3,097,655 



171,906 

80,328 

111,135 

8,604 

90, 300 

271 

1 1 ,318 

1,235 

11,368 

31,990 

3,577 

1,397,625 

10,8/3 

522,062 

3,695 

66,091 

7,962 

23,400 

5,682 

782,589 

34,262 

5,605 

15,521,411 

1 , 185,622 

24,546 

22,546 

71.358 

2,981 

46,570 

«5,7i5 

35,715 

28,490 

1 1,134 

3,364 

2, 374,35/ 

16,3/5 

8,061 

1/9 

17,512 

1,395 

2, 791 

7,078 

92S 



52,412 

318,109 

6,622 

1 1,850 

I ,n70,681 

I , 058, 3b6 

12,498 

745,771 

I3,3u5 

6,337,733 

799,671 

62,581 

9,210 

1,731 ,825 

66,937 

333,036 

166,273,044 
18,159,405 
1 7, 146,291 
90,459, 749 
M.749, 792 
21 ,757,808 

1,050, 149 

/4CI,<!03 

269, A{, 

4 0,141 

1,226,741 

7,013 

15,625,809 



TON-MIL ES 
LESS THAN 



IT 



lEPllKTEl 
' 1 LE . 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



25 



TA-)Lt 5— COMMERCE ON SELECTED WATERWAYS OF THE UNITE" MATES. CALENDAR YEAR I 9K3--C0NT 1NUEO 
(IN TUNS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



TOTAL TON- 
MILES 
COUU OMITTED) 



MILES 
PER 
TON 



MSSISSIPPI R1VFR SYSTEM - CONTINUED 

OUACMlT* AMI »U(< WIVKXS, ARK. ANO L». ••-••»- -....- — .......... 

«E0 HVtf MFL"» FULTON, «*K. ................................................ 

SI. CRl'IX "IVtR, '.IS. AHU UllN. -.... — — . — «- — — - — - — — - — — — — — . — — — 

lENNtSStt »IIK, It'."., ALA. AND KY.« — — — — — — — — .. — . — — — — 

vnllt RIVtR, A3*., oELO.Y HAIESVILLE, ARK ,. — — — — .......................... 

<-ulF RIVER, IE '■. ........... — ......................... ................. 

tA^l'O rflVEK, ► IsS.™ — — — — — - — - — — — — — — — — — — —— 

PACIFIC COAST 

CA4l.JII.EZ STKAJT, CALIF.----------- — ——.---.------.---«-.-«-- — ........... 

COEUR UTAttr.t LAKE ANO SI. JOE RIVER, I DAMO. — —— — — — — — ——— — — 

MOUTH TO INTERNATIONAL MIHJNDARY C NE T I- — -.——--- ——-- — . — - — -. — -.— — .— .. 
A) HAKtR MAY, „»$H,— — — — — — — — — — — — — - — — - — . — .-.. — ............. 

CULOXHIA i>ii L'UtR .JlLLA-JtTTE RIVERS BELOW VANCOUVER. WASH., AND PORTLAND, OREO 
HANCOUVER, -.ami., 1.) IhE n«|_LtS, OREG. -- — -..-..---------- — — .—.- ............ 

CDLJMttIA RIvtR «>*UVE 1 ME DALLES DAM, WASH, AND OREG., ID -1CNARY LUCK, WASH,— 
CULDMMIA KIVER AMI THIHOTARIFS AMOVE MCNARY LUCK AND 0AM 10 KtNNEwlCK, WASH..-- 
OclwfctN WENATUrfEE AND KETTLE FALLS, WASH. — - — — --------- — --. — ............... 

CULDMMIA RIVER' 

COOS ANl Mll.LICD.iA RIVtHS, UREG .---.- — — — -------.--- — -- — .. — — — ......... 

LAKE «A8hlNGT0ft SHIP CANAL, AASH.— -...——————.- — - — -.-- — ---.— ....... 

»ULlVOM»H CHANf.EL, ORE G.. — — --- — — — — — — — — — — --- — - — — — ---- ----.--.---... 

VAPA RIVER, CAl If .— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

SACRAMENTO Rltft^ "EEP *ATER SHIP LHANNEL, CALIF .- — -- — - — - — .....——.— ..... 

SALRAMtNl RIVtR, CALIF.---"-"---- — — -—.-«—-«— ..................... .. 

SAN JOAQUIN MitK. CALU .-----------—— — ----"-—- — -—-- — — — — — — 

SAN PAbLO AND ^A^,E ISLAnu STRAIT, CALIF."- — — —— — ——— — ——— — 

SnIP AnON CHANNtL, DREG.----"- — — -— — ---- ...................... 

SNAKt RIVtR, ORcb., HASH., AND IDAHO — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ------------------ 

SU13JN MAY CHANNEL, CALIF."— —--—— — .— — --- — -"- — — -—..---—— ... 

SKlNuMISM CHAN <tL» " ASM. .----------....--.---.--..--..---...----.-. ...- — ......... 

"ILLAMEITE RIVER AMOVE PORTLAND AND YAMHILL RIVER, OREG. --- — .-.--—— ........... 

1PANGELL NARhD-S, ALASKA---------------------------........".........-............ 

rCJvGS may And Yo.ivGS RIyER, OREG. "-".-.--.-——.- — - — --.------. — ........ 

YUKO\ KIVtR, ALASKA .--.--- — -..--.- — --.- ........................ .......... 



660,939 
937,839 
1, 136,456 
27,988,185 
519, aou 
876,766 
3o9, 370 



23,019,417 

176, 30S 

45,558, 302 

196,291 

15,581.571 

8,967,519 

6,939,891 

6,110,246 

19,637 

637,628 

603,622 
1 ,751, 100 

160,170 

1,833,859 

1,838,583 

3,277,363 

29,103,850 

724,960 
4,679, 144 
/, 1 44.64P 

725,3714 

2,157,838 

513,913 

391,906 

11, 711 



51 


855 


78 


10 


924 


44 


25 


002 


22 


5,105 


225 


193 


69 


538 


134 


II 


672 


5 


30 


853 


84 



154 


753 


7 


17 


577 


37 


4,618 


724 
211 


101 
1 


3,077 


891 


68 


603 


568 


67 


674 


059 


97 


261 


742 


41 


1 


4b5 


75 


5 


441 


9 


11 


418 


7 


4 


685 


10 


74 


722 


41 


78 


896 


43 


59 


343 


18 


325 


143 


11 


1 


393 


2 


402 


146 


66 


70 


614 


10 


2 


812 


1 


12 


379 


5 


12 


865 


24 


1 


431 


4 


5 


519 


132 



TON' 



•lLtS NOT REPORTED. 



TABLE 6--T3N-MILEAGE OF FREIGHT CARRIED ON THE INLAND WATERWAYS OF THE UNITED STATES, BY SYSTEM, CALENDAR YEARS 1982-1963 

(000 OMITTED) 



SYSTEM 



1982 



1983 



ATLANTIC COAST WATERWAYS- — — — — — — - — — --" — — — — — . 

GULF COAST WATERWAYS------....---.-."---- — ----.-.. — ....... 

PACIFIC COAST WATERWAYS — --"------- — - — — • — — .- — — ---. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER SYSTEM, INCLUDING OHIO RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES 
GREAT LAKES SYSTEM*-- — ......... ..—..—.—....— ........ . 

TOTAL------------------ - ----- - ——— — — — ........ 



25,400,557 
31,811,151 
12,822,003 
217,980,716 
63,232,161 

351,279,891 



22,493,949 
32,376,996 
13,243,912 
223,012,419 
67,854,065 

359,013,371 



• DOES NOT INCLUDE TRAFFIC BETWEEN FOREIGN PORTS. 



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27 



GREAT LAKES 
SYSTEM 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER 
SYSTEM 



OTHER 
WATERWAYS 



YEAR 

1983 



BILLIONS OF TON -MILES 

20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 ISO 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 $40 360 300 400 420 
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28 



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ii.ti f- d«rpMi"ti»»Tivr stauhfm rf nft tdtai tckmi c*< ihf Mississippi piviu system,. ui.Fvnin yfars io7u-ii(n 

(Nil TRAFFIC) 



1 <J7U-------- 

|07S .... 

1976------- 

1177--. .. 

1 }78 — ...... 

1979.------. 

I QHfi. ....... 

19A|. ....... 

198?. . 

1064........ 



|97u- ...................... ........ 

19 77-" ............................ 

I 07r>..--...... .-.---.... ........... 

1979-"-.---.----"- .......... .. 

1 980--------- .-....-.-...--.---... 

1981 — ........ ........ . 

1982--------------- - -..-.---.-. 

1981............................... 



FOREIGN AMP CUASTWISF TK4FF IT 



COAST «TSF 



RECEIPTS RHIP«.,F'lTS 



INLAND 
TRAFF ir 



r,R«*iD 
TOTAL 



SHOUT TONS 



37,329,279 
45,930,905 
(.7, 027,25*' 
96,028,023 
98,574,312 
105,856,988 
90,772,105 
80,090,423 
Sh,708,090 
12,120,125 



.069, 706 
»15,39(l 
669,890 
628,562 
252,686 
255,062 
290,660 
269,761 
756,368 
763,623 



624,355 
670,706 
.586,222 
.720, 79« 
332,003 
.780,791 
768, 198 
553,015 
659,179 
317,757 



71 1 ,576 
1 n ii , 6 6 
370,125 
9(>5, 1 00 
400,536 
274,91 
«1 1 ,964 
1 69, 745 
047,301 

782,583 



1 12, 754,958 
123,325,607 
152,655,495 
185,282,919 
197,563,541 
21 1,058,640 
218,642,927 
223, 106,944 
192, 171 ,238 
167,184, 088 



330,089,602 
330,087, 1 16 
345,510,668 
351,543,9) 7 
355,364,514 
370,757,973 
365,569, 149 
362,930,042 
347,474, I 16 
351,953,271 



42,844,560 
53,412,723 
98,366,363 
36,626,836 
52,928,055 
61 ,816,61 3 
64,212,076 
86,036,986 
39,645,354 
19,137,359 



TON-MILES (000 IIM1TTH)) 



6,4 

7,9 

11,7 

16,2 

16,7 

17,5 
15,1 

13,3 
8,8 
5.0 



80,9 

74 

13,3 

36,1 

71,6 

92,6 

35 

14,3 

03 

95,5 



6,6 

6,9 

8,6 

8,8 

10,1 

11,0 

12,9 

14,3 

15,1 

14,6 



31,9 
35,7 

29,9 

21.1 

03,6 
62,5 
65,4 
75,4 
30,2 
31,8 



1 .365i 
1 .474, 
1 .473, 
1 . 744, 
2.707, 
2,605, 
3,550, 
4,159, 
2,955, 
3,565, 



4 a 
T5H 

.'i b 9 
p<J2 
942 
616 
'V66 
JSb 
205 
169 



2,850, 
3,016, 
2,639, 
3,109, 
2,740, 
3,079, 
3,786, 
3,527, 
3,211, 
3,091, 



879 
699 
61 3 
673 
761 
059 
062 

11 3 

367 
935 



17,328,836 
19,401 ,951 
24,656,012 
29,91 1 ,859 
32,324,013 
34,339,938 
35,438,232 
35,376,253 
30, 100,353 
26,384,550 



150,888,689 
151 ,263,215 
1 64,839,947 
166,923,758 
176,483,653 
184,436, 341 
193,492,234 
199,050,733 
187,890,327 
196,680, 195 



66,21 7,525 
70,665, 166 
89,496,359 
96,835,61 7 
08,807, 666 
18,776,279 
28,930,466 
34,426,966 
1 7,990,660 
23,064,745 



INCITES THE WAIN CMANNfcLS »wl> ALL TRIBUTARIES OF 1>F MISSISSIPPI, ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, AND Ohio RTVFRS. 



TABLE-9-COMPAI.ATIVF STAH'F'T OF *ET TOTAL TRAFFK. IN THE MISSISSIPPI PIVE" FROM MINNFAPOLTS. MINI*. 

TO THE hPUTW OF PASSES, CALENDAR YEARS 1974-1983 

(NET TRAFFID 



FOREIGN ANn fOASTxISF TRAFFIC 



FCF1PTS SHIP'iFHTS 



INLAND 
TRAFFIC 



GRAND 
TOTAL 



SHORT THUS 



1970. 
19/5. 
197b- 
1977- 
197H. 
1979- 
19MI). 
1 9M1- 
1982- 
1944- 



37,329, 
45,034, 
*-7,027, 
96,028, 
98, 57a, 
105,858, 
OII.772, 
60,094, 
56,708, 
32,320, 



125 



U7, 



279 

906 '17, 

258 59, 

423 59, 

312 67, 

988 73, 

105 66, 

423 98, 
0901011, 



95. 



089, 7 
615,3 
869,6 
628,5 
252,6 
255, P 
290,6 
269,7 
756,3 
763,6 



7,624, 

8,670, 

8,588, 

9,720, 

14,332, 

12,760, 

17,768, 

21 ,553, 

14,659, 

16,317, 



iS5 
7"6 
222 
70 U 

00 1 

791 

1 OH 
015 
4 79 

757 



20,71 1,578 
21,1 04,606 
1 7,370, 126 
1 *» , 9 5 , 1 'J 
17,4011,536 
20,274,910 
23,81 1,964 
23, 160,7,15 
7 , u 7 , 3 1 
20,782,5»3 



1 12,750,958 
123,325,607 
152,855,095 
185,282,919 
197,563,541 
21 1 ,056,64u 
218,642,927 
223, 1 06.9UU 
192,1 71 ,236 
1 67, 180,086 



189, 
l«7, 
203, 
21 I, 
215, 
218, 
222, 
223, 
215, 
220, 



830,656 
913,677 
328,232 
4A8,2°7 
502,1 19 
000,928 
901,151 
275,010 
027,018 
951 ,305 



302,589,61 '1 
31 1 ,239,080 
356, 183,727 
396,771,216 
01 3,065,660 
430, 170,679 
441 ,544, 078 
446,382,354 
007,598,656 
392, 135,433 



TON-MILES (01,0 MMITTIU) 



1970- 
1975- 
1976- 
1977- 
1976. 
1979- 
196.1- 
19h|- 
1962- 
1983- 



6,080, 
7,974, 
11,713, 
16,236, 
1*1,771, 
17,592, 
15, 135, 
1 4.310, 
8,803, 
5,095, 



6,9 

8,8 
8,8 
10,1 
1 1 ,0 
12,9 
14,3 
15,1 
14,6 



31,963 
35,765 
29,962 
21,136 
03,652 
62,598 
65,025 
75,436 
30,210 
31 ,676 



1 ,365,044 
1 ,474, 754 
1 ,073,469 
1 ,744,892 
2,707,945 
2,605,61b 
3,550,966 
4, 159,336 
2,955,205 
3,565, 169 



2. 860, 
3,016, 
2,630, 
3, 109, 
2,740, 
3,079, 
3,766, 
3,527, 
3,211, 
3,091 , 



n?Q 
k<", 
hi 1 
673 
761 
nso 
«»7 
1 II 
3<.7 



17,328,836 

19,401 ,961 
24,656,012 
29,91 1 ,859 
32,320,013 
34.339,938 
35,436,232 
3S, 376,263 
30,100,363 
?6,38«,550 



99,883,318 
99,715,664 
1 10,564,437 
1 09,554,703 
1 18,165,016 
120,669,620 
133,294,646 
138,972,272 
131 ,692,212 
1 39,888, 400 



117,212,150 
119,117,815 
1 35,220,809 
1 39,466,652 
160,489,029 
155,009,558 
168, 732,878 
170,308,525 
161,692,565 
166,273,004 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



29 



TABLE 10 — OOMESTIC BARGE TRAFFIC* COMMODITY BY TYPF OF TRAFFIC 

CALENDAR YEAR 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POINDS) 



~r 



OARGE TRAFFIC 



INTRA- 
TFRRITORV 



PERCENT 

8ARGF 

TO TOTAL 

DOMESTIC 



TOTAL 

OOMESTIC 

TRAFFIC 



FARM PRODUCTS 

0101 COTTON, RAN.--"------" — — .- — > 

0102 RA»LEY AND RYE — ——— — — — --" 

0103 C OR N — — - ---.- — — — - — ........ 

0100 OATS-.-..--.------------ 

0105 RICE--.-- .-...—. — .—.-.. 

0106 SORGHUM GRAINS-.-". .--.-.-.-—- ■ 

0107 KHEAT----------.."...".....— — 

0111 SOYBEANS---- — — — — — — — ---—. 

0119 OILSEFOS, NEC--------- — - — — — 

0121 TOBACCO, LEAF-------- -- — — - — — -. 

0122 hAY AND FODDER- — — — — — — — - 

0129 FIELD CROPS, NEC-------- — - — .... 

0131 FRESH FRUITS .............. 

0132 BANANAS AND PLANTAINS — — - — — -- 

0133 COFFEE-------------------- -•----■ 

01 S« COCOA BEANS-- — — — - — — — — - 

0141 FRESH AND FROZEN VEGETABLES- — - 

0151 LIVE ANIMALS -.. — . 

0161 ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS, NEC — — - 
0191 MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS ---■ 

• FOREST PRODUCTS 

0601 CRUDE RUBBER ANO LLIEO GUMS-- — . 
0861 FOREST PRODUCTS, NEC — — — — — — 

FRESH FISH I OTHER MARINE PRODUCTS 

0911 FRESH FISH, EXCEPT SHELLFISH— — . 

0912 SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PREPARFD — — — ■ 

0913 menhaden-..---- — --. — — ...— . 
0931 M»RINE SHELLS, UNMANUFACTURED-- — . 

METALLIC ORES 

1011 IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES — — — . 
1051 ALUMINUM ORES, CONCENTRATES — - — . 
1061 MANGANESE ORES, CONCENTRATES- — — " 

1091 NONFERROUS ORES, CONCENT, NEC----" 

COAL 

1121 coal and lignite — -— — ■ 

crude petroleum 
1311 crude petrole j"— — ————— ■ 

nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 

1«11 limestone ---- 

1012 building stone, un«0rked — — — ■ 
1012 sand, gravel, crushed rock-- — — -■ 
1051 clay———-. — .................. 

1171 phosphate rock— -— . ............ 

1092 sulphur, dry- — — - .....-- — ..... 

1093 sulphur, liouid-— — .—— — •• 
1090 gypsum, crude and plasters — — — 
1099 nonmetallic minerals, nec — — 

ordnance i accessories 

1911 ordnance and accessories—— 

food t kindred products 

2011 meat, fresh, chilled, frozen-——. 

2012 meat and products, nec— — — -" 
2010 tallow, animal fats ano oils------ 

2u15 animal by-products, nec- — — — — " 

2021 dairy prooucts, nec — — — — -" 

2022 DRIED mii.k AND CREAM---........... 

2031 FISH AND SHELLFISH, PRt PARED------ 

2030 VEGETABLES and PREP, H l --- — — .-. 
2039 PR£P FRuIT ANO VEG JuKE, NEC-- — - 

2001 »heat flour and semolina-— ------- 

2002 animal feeds — — — — — — — 

2009 grain mill prooucts, nec — — — -- 

2061 SUGAR-.- ........ .................. 

2062 MOLASSES---- — — — - — -- — -..--.-. 

2081 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES— — — -- — — 
2U91 VEGETABLE OILS, * ARG, S-iORT — — ... 
2092 animal "ILS AND FATS, NEC — — - — 
209" GRDCFRIE3------ ------ — — — --.. — . 

2095 ICE --• .............. 

2099 MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PRODUCTS — — 



160,560 
1,632 
0,671 



10,876 
05 

306,700 



567 
62,312 

039 

02,113 



026 

63 

2,768,501 

3,092 

5,316,099 

2,670 

228 
79,909 



16,611 

360 

69,396 

52,055 

801 

0,980 

209,031 

50,570 

799,266 

3, "91 

05,111 

59,880 

31,606 





1,095 








001,690 


1 


798 


3u 


007,280 


1 


697 




123,002 





619 




508,078 






1 


200,518 






15 


508,287 


76 


000 


19 


239,297 

12,578 

1,010 

12,752 

99,239 


6P 


596 




16,276 


38 


207 




37,085 








8,535 


2 


319 



996,038 



79,962 
01,533 



31 

0,809,907 



929,876 
166,035 
318,027 
200, 167 



125,780,909 



32,060,900 



0,905,022 

1,057 

00,350,023 

718,713 

9,055 

3,605 

2,301,696 

237,261 

0,503,301 



181 

166,870 

11,335 

2,000 

29 

17,560 

215,781 
5,090,572 
6,810,991 

010,830 

093,350 

10,965 

1,209,183 

115,050 



10,950 
2,898 



.283,259 

21,950 



53,253 

13,200 
05,820 



103,063 



100,802 
10,000 



1,095 

003,088 

30, I7J,<;o5 

129,653 

552,709 

1,200,518 

13,866,555 

19,299,895 

12,578 

1,010 

23,628 

99,280 

306, 700 

50,065 

37,652 
62,312 
11,293 

02,113 



66 

811 
0,900,078 



1,925,910 
166,035 
328,977 
207.176 



136,150,020 



37,700,839 



5,059,737 

1,520 

07,003,716 

703,755 

5,325,550 

6,079 

2,350,909 

250,693 

0,698,036 



23 

181 

190,805 

ll,335| 

360 j 

2,000 

69,425 | 

70,015 

«01 

220,761 

5 , 7 o , « ? 

6,869,565 

1,210,100 

599,908 

56, 096 

1,013,905 

129,090 

3l,65o 

759,885 



63.8 
81 ,0 
99.9 
83,0 
79.6 
99,9 
92.0 
99.9 
99,7 
05.5 
99.3 
95,8 
70,6 

71.8 

18.0 
96.0 
63.1 
98.3 



12.3 
.3 



.1 

99.2 



0.3 

100.0 

100.0 

97.9 



20.2 



26.9 
75.3 
97.6 
88.7 
99.0 
87.2 
O0.6 
25.7 
91.0 



.3 

99,8 
59.6 

.6 
22.0 
58.0 
32.1 

.2 
91 .6 
97.9 
99.8 
52.6 
58.6 
16.7 
97.9 
99,6 
11 .0 

81.5 



JO 



1,717 

095,603 

179,699 

155,063 

693,983 

1,206,197 

15,069,959 

19,302,136 

12,621 

2,228 

23,797 

103,661 

030,190 

2,118 

75,930 

18,606 

200,112 

60,613 

17,880 

02,851 



3,021 
22,715 



887,076 

627,622 

39,972 

,905,986 



00,628,656 
166,035 
328,977 
252,403 



155,500,706 



186,906,008 



18,766,695 

2,019 

08,590,959 

836,258 

5,355,500 

7,033 

5,778,911 

976,151 

5,101,510 



200,270 

58,528 

195,193 

19,010 

62,851 

8,939 

118,877 

218,386 

020,890 

201,115 

5,867,078 

6,882,700 

2,290,981 

1 ,022,917 

336,016 

1 ,003,885 

130,006 

287,099 

169,352 

932,901 



•NON-SELF PROPELLED VESS-LS. 



30 



"H'aletio'me Wotntneicv of the "United fftateb, /.9H.J 



T»BLE 10 — DOMESTIC BARGE TRAFFIC" COMMODITY BY TVPF OF TRAFFIC- 
CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



BARGE TRAFFIC 



COASTWISE LAKE"ISE 



INTERNAL 



INTRA- 
TERRITORY 



PERCENT 

BARGE 

TO TOTAL 

DOMESTIC 



TOTAL 

DOMESTIC 

TRAFFIC 



TOBACCO PRODUCTS 
2111 TOBACCO MANUFACTURES — — — — — — 

BASIC TEXTILES 

2211 BASIC TEXTILE PROOUCTS— - — — — 

2212 TEXTILE FIBERS, NEC- — — — — 

APPAREL t OTriFR FINISHED TEXTILE 
PRODUCTS, INCUOINU KNIT 

2311' APPAREL — -- — — - — — --- — - 

LUMBER 8. HOOD PRODS. ,EXC. FURNITURE 

211 1 LOGS — ..————— 

2112 RAFTED LOGS"- — — "- ---- 

2113 FUEL WOOD, CHARCOAL, WASTES- — — 

2414 TIMBER, POSTS, POLES, PILING- — — 

2415 PULPwOOO, LOG- — — — — — — — — 

2416 WOOD CHIPS, STAVES, MOLDINGS — — 
2121 LUMBER-- — ---- - ----- - ---------- 

2131 VENEER, PLYWOOD, WORKED W00D----- 

2*91 WOOD MANUFACTURES, NEC-- — .- — 

FURNITURE * FIXTURES 

2511 FURNITURE ANO FIXTURES-""—— 

PULP, PAPER & ALLIEO PRODUCTS 

261 1 PULP--------------- - — — 

2621 STANDARD NEWSPRINT PAPER — — — 

2631 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD — — — - 

2691 PULP AND PAPER PRODUCTS, NEC- — — 

PRINTED MATTFR 

2711 PRINTED MATTER---------- -------- 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIEO PROOUCTS 

2810 SODIUM HYDHOXIOE — — — — ------ — 

2811 CRUDE TAR, 0IL< GAS PRODUCTS — - 

2812 DYES, PIGMENT, TANNING MATS — — — 

2813 ALCOHOLS---- — ——— — — — — . 

2816 RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS, WASTES — — 

2817 BENZENE AND TOLUENE— — — ——— 

2818 SULPHURIC ACID------- — — -------- 

2819 BASIC CHEMICALS AND PROD, NEC 

2821 PLASTIC MATERIALS"--"---- — — — 

2822 SYNTHETIC RUBBER-- — ---—— — - 

2823 SYNTHETIC (MAN-MADE) FIBERS — 

2831 DRUGS----------- — — — — — 

2811 SOAP- — — -.-.-- — — — ------.. — -. 

2851 PAINTS- — . — — — . — — ........... 

2861 GUM ANO WOOD CHEMICALS-- — — — — 

2871 NITROGENOUS CMEM FERT IL IZERS- — - 

2872 POTASSIC CHEM FERTILIZERS - — 

2873 PHOSPHATIC CHEM FERTILIZERS — - 

2876 INSECTICIDES, DISINFECTANTS- — 
2879 FERTILIZER AND MATERIALS, NEC — — 
2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROD-- — — 

PETROLEUM I COAL PROOUCTS 

2911 GASOLINE--- — — - — ----- ..... 

2912 JET FUEL — —— — — — 

2913 KEROSENE-- — --——- — — — 
2910 DISTILLATE FUEL OIL — --- — — 

2915 RESIDUAL EUEL OIL — — ------ — — 

2916 LUBRICATING OILS ANO 'REASES- — — 

2917 NAPHTHA, PETROLEUM SOLVENTS — 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, AND PIT C HES — — — — 

2920 COKE, PETROLEUM COKE — — — — — — 

2921 LIOUEFIEO GASES—— — — — — 

2951 ASPHALT BUILDING MATERI AL3------- 

2991 PETROLEUM AND COAL PROD, NEC- — — 

RUBBER * MISC. PLAST C PRODUCTS 

SOU RUBBER AND MISC PLAS'IC PROD— — 

LEATHER & LEATHER PROOUCTS 

Jill LEATHER ANO LEATHER PRODUCTS- — — 

STONE, CLAY, GLASS,* CONCRETE PROD. 

J211 GLASS ANO GLASS PR DUCTS — — — — - 
3241 BUILDING CEMENT — -- — — - — — — 

*NON-SELE PROPELLED VESSELS. 



182 
33,630 



694,497 

64,276 

233,924 



49,824 



8,866 

11,344 

2,011 

198,186 



943, 199 

70,036 

1 ,898 

233,802 

16,334 

97,406 

756,990 

776 



592 
921 

5,600 

374,626 

167,765 

97,121 

236 

149,294 

57,002 



23,765,845 

2,615,984 

300,153 

9,692,706 

10,245,469 

110,788 

492,038 

2,206, 106 

2,692 

237,863 

1,766 

1,066,962 



50,658 



17,306 
1,761,422 



2,798 



6,646 
207,567 



465,008 
73,720 

333,122 

342,650 
2,ao3 

6,671 

123,836 

33,019 



31,822 
24,927 



432 


373 


16 


508 


78 


871 


2 


905 


56 


621 


6 


,582 


1,240 


396 






1,691 


744 


51 


293 


118 


977 




129 


122 


818 






1 


748 


1 


,541 



964, 169 

26,163 

510,105 

902,641 



2,702,965 

745,374 

2,269,590 

2,290,268 

1,611,615 

15,018,496 

17,547 

79,259 



2 

213,777 

3,609,129 

1,768,380 

475,262 

3,614 

4,644, 199 

255,710 



23,292,252 

3,638,611 

768,793 

16,016,284 

38,317,444 

2,128,036 

2,311,661 

4,350,574 

3,543,979 

840,494 

6 

2,072,845 



153,201 
120,041 

623,658 

983,391 
228,687 
826,541 



56,537 
43,705 



21,885 
2,476 



6,355,202 
469,096 
314,413 

8,850,220 
26,579,005 
129,980 
425,842 
550,664 
646,842 
18,883 

850,271 



1,500 



444,488 

100,007 

1 1 ,490 

191,858 

1,505,697 

623,909 



135 



21,214 
4,857,289 



32,159 
24,927 



23,830 



460,711 

81,958 

98,833 

1,240,396 

1,743,037 

813,853 

187,094 

237,213 



973,035 

37,507 

512,116 

1,106,694 



3,799,365 

938,249 

1,898 

3,127,050 

3,296,639 

1,937,708 

16,809,594 

18,323 

79,259 



592 

923 

219,377 

4,096,551 

1,979,850 

572,383 

3,850 

4,815,378 

315,188 



54,322,795 

6,897,418 

1,390,849 

35,084, 190 

76,990,265 

2,371,207 

3,860,121 

7,231,180 

4,226,532 

1,097,240 

1,772 

4,016,942 



52,601 



38,520 
6,852,975 



30.3 
93.7 



99.9 

94.8 
97.6 
99.5 
100.0 
87.3 
84,8 
84.8 



35.1 



99.3 

49.5 
81 ,4 

90.4 



94.0 
85.1 
91.8 
80.4 

94.6 
99.9 
64.4 
35.1 
98.0 



4.0 
76.9 
96.0 
99.9 
100.0 
49.4 
99.5 
50.1 



72.5 
61.3 
72.0 
66.7 
75.1 
46.5 
77.3 
90.9 
99.1 
99.3 
17.6 
92.8 



5,640 



106,203 
26,604 



460,892 

11.143,710 

86,486 

101,274 

1,246,412 

1,743,037 

932,605 

220,600 

279,659 



979,708 

75,752 

629,339 

1,224,575 



13,897 



4,041,160 

1,101,928 

2,066 

3,889,680 

222 

3,486,357 

1,937,792 

19,913,676 

52,175 

80,866 

9,485 

8,838 

75,010 

23,047 

285,111 

4,178,496 

1 ,980,970 

572,383 

7.799 

4,841,257 

629,180 



74,944,480 

11,255,353 

1,937,378 

52,609,836 

102,537,943 

5,094,221 

4,994,619 

7,953,926 

4,266,385 

1,105,241 

10,062 

4,330,019 



61.0 
74.3 



8,927 



63,128 
9,224,657 



NATIONAL SUMMARIES 



31 



TABLE 10--OOMESTIC BARGE TRAFFIC* COMMODITY BY TYPE OF TRAFFIC--CONT INUED 
CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 





BARGE TRAFFIC 


PERCENT 

BARGE 

TO TOTAL 

DOMESTIC 

53.6 
99.9 
82.9 

77.7 


TOTAL 

DOMESTIC 

TRAFFIC 


COMMODITY 


COASTWISE 


LAKEWISE 


INTERNAL 


LOCAL 


INTRA* 
TERRITORY 


TOTAL 


STONE, CLAY. GLASS, I CONCRETE PROD. 
(CONTINUED) 


389 

463 

993 

108,693 




14,344 

1,420,681 

5,859 

182,046 






14,733 

1,421,144 

6,852 

297,242 


27,470 

1,422,342 

6,270 

362, S14 






6,503 






PRIMARY METAL PR0DUCT9 


145 
3, 149 

31,256 

1,338 

35,647 

26,888 

5,802 

10,433 


12,982 
47,695 

6,171 

19,291 
1,191 


84,681 

684,102 

653,405 

897,255 

1,175,986 

448,380 

590,128 

537.719 

26,569 

45,572 

115,896 

142,028 






97,808 

734,946 

656,307 

932,386 

1,167,891 

494,540 

594,710 

586,026 

32,371 

57,698 

116,640 

142,943 


99.9 

70.2 
99,6 
97.6 
96.5 
72.9 
100.0 
98. T 
54.5 
96.2 
99.5 
96.8 


97,628 

1,046,651 

657,575 

955,375 

1,205,660 

678,794 

594,710 

593,807 

59,347 

59,977 

117,266 

147,642 




2,902 
3,875 
4,396 
10,513 
4,582 
2,128 

502 
744 
915 














FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS, EXCEPT 
ORDNANCE, MACHINERY,! TRANS. EQUIP. 


1,298,629 


75 


127,976 


5,931 




1,432,611 


89,2 


1,605,699 


MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 






103,640 


S65 


188,123 


4,426 




296,756 


65.6 


451,277 


ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, 
EQUIPMENT »SUPPLIES 


22.127 




19,625 


20 




41,772 


24.9 


168,065 


TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 








422,867 

60 

11,955 

112,227 




3,879 
225 

266 
3,654 


6,000 
30 




426,746 
285 

18,223 
115,911 


71.5 
52.9 
61.1 
89.8 


596,999 

539 

29,813 

129,140 






INSTRUMENTS, PHOTOGRA'HIC & OPTICAL 
GOOOS, HATCHES * CLOCKS 




















8,207 










6,207 


66.1 


9,528 


MISC. PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 


7,938 

89,604 
21 
58 

55,646 




81,815 

1,436,095 
5,497 

1,234 

8,118,545 


435 

274,069 

2,917,819 




90,168 

1,621,219 

5,518 

58 

1,234 

11,092,010 


10.4 

99.2 
97.2 
10.5 
66.3 
71.6 


864,039 

1,636,212 

5,679 

555 

1,662 

15,456,279 


• ASTE * SCRAP MATERIALS 


21,451 










0029 *aste ano scrap* NEC — —— — — —— — 


SPECIAL ITE 3 






805,083 

588,528 

22,087 

464,290,866 

487,132,248 


85,934 

10,546 

245 

66,092,968 

73,144,961 




891,017 

1,179,901 

42,097 

613,902,026 

956,520,817 


66.9 
20.2 
66.1 

64.2 


1,331,562 

5,826,956 
46,894 

956,520,617 




580.827 
19,765 

77,667,468 

309,636,759 








TOTAL ------•-•-•— -• — — — ••■« — 


2,946,411 

83,446,847 


2,904,313 
3,160,002 


PERCENT BARGE TO TOTAL DO"ESTIC"-- 


25.1 


3.5 


95.3 


90.4 


91 .9 


64.2 







•NON-SELF PHOPELLEO VESSELS. 



Section 2 

DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC 
AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 
OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES 



33 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC 
AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



35 



TABLE 1--O0MEST1C INLAND MOVF«FNTS OF GRAINS. SOYBF 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AR 



CALF'PAR YEAR 1983 
(In TONS OF 2, 000 POUNDS) 



AKS, SUGAR ANO 
EA 



SHIPPING ARFA / 



RECEIVING AREA 



CORN 

(CODE 
0103) 



OTHER GRAINS 

(COOES 0102, 

0101, 0105, 

0106) 



WHEAT 
(CODE 
0107) 



SOYBEANS 
(CODE 
0111) 



SUGAR 
(CODE 
2061) 



MOLASSES 
(CODE 
2062) 



TOTAL, ALL SHIPPING AREAS- 



NANTICOKE RIvER, DEL. ANO MO./ 
HAMPTON POAOS, VA. .-.-.- 



31, 010,381 



?,2°1 .191 



1,177 



13,635,9112 



19,301,353 



POfOxAC RlvEH ANO TRIBUTARIES/ 
HAMPTON ROAOS, VA. 



RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER, VA./ 
CHESAPEAKE BAY 

HAMPTON ROAOS, VA.---- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



YORK RIVER, VA./ 

HAMPTON ROAOS, VA. 



HAMP10N ROADS, VA./ 

CHESAPEAKE HAY- 

Y3RK RIVER, VA."-- 
HAMPTON ROAOS, VA.- 



2,912 
2,912 
3,667 
1,333 



3,867 
3,867 



657 

9,023 



9,680 
9,023 



2,826 



2,826 
25,780 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,333 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' DISMAL SWAMP CANAL ROUTE/ 
HA-PTON POADS, VA.------- — - — — -- — ...... — 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GREAT BRIDGE LOCK ROUTE/ 
HA"Pl(iN ROAOS, VA. -.----.-.-.------.-...-... .......... 



CROATON ANO PA"LICO SOUNDS, N.C./ 
HAMPTON ROADS, VA. ........ 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE/ 

BALTIMORE HARBOR ANO CHANNELS, "ID. — -----. — ---- — — — . 

SAVANNAH RIVER, G A . -------------------------- — ........... — .. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE SAY, FLA., TO MOBILE BAY, ALA./ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTE" ................... 

MISSISSIPPI HlvER' NEw ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATU* ROUGE, LA., TO HUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.------- ................... — ......... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. ANO FLA./ 

WARRIOR RIvEP SYSTE" 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' Ntw ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES---— -- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO RUT NOT INCLUDING NEK 
ORLEANS, LA.- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



barrio" river system/ 

warrior piver system 

Gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new Orleans, la.- 

"iss1ssippi river' ntw orleans, la., to mouth of passes-- — -- 

"ississippi river' baton rouge. la., to but not including new 
orleans, la. .-.- — — . 

M ISSISSIPHI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, mInN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
PQRT OF ChlC'GU, ILL-—" — 



11, 300 

19,242 

1,300 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



31,b12 



ALABA' A-CUPSA HlvERS, ALA. AN" C. A . / 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM 

"ISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEw ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSFS - — ■ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGt, LA., 10 BUT NOT INCLUOTNG NFh 
ORLEANS, LA.---"--- .......... . . 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AhEA- 



3ULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MQBlLfc nil, ALA,. TO *'Ew ORLEANS, LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RlvtR' it* ORLEANS, LA., TO I40HTH OF PASSES 

"ISSISSIPPI HIVFP' HATO'i ROUGE, LA., TO HijT N01 INCLUDING Nfw 
ORLF ANS, LA.---------- ..................... .... 



IOTAL, SHIPPING AR£A- 



GuLF INTRACOASTAL WAIER1AY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 
Tt»./ 

Gulf intracoastal watc*»ay' Mississippi river, la., to sahine 

*IvER. tfx. --- 

Calcasieu RivtR ano pass, la. 

SABIne-nEChES "AIERwAY, TEXAS ......... ........... ... 

GALVESTuN BAY, TE*As-- ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH i)F PASSES 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON HO'lGt, La., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING >tw 

0RLEA,,S, LA. . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVr.R' MOUTH OF MISSOURI PIVER TO «"OuTm [IF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVES' MINNEAPOLIS, 'INN., To MOUTH OF MISSOjRI BIVER- 
"OLF RIvER, TEN«„- 



6,215 

6,215 



7,882 
I ,130 



1,289 
1,289 



8,938 
17,398 



11,827 

1,319 

10,255 



13,790 
2,631 



21,210 
37,661 



21,271 
9,601 



1,237 
32,112 



98,638 
8, 108 

11 ,670 



5,909 
1,517 



169,310 

9,726 
2,967 

1,356 

19, 019 

30,926 

7,383 

38, S09 



1,1331 



2,761 I- 



1 1 ,100 
26,501 



21,265 
22,577 



67,250 
20,231 



1,103 
1,513 



6,597 
5,303 
1, 100 



1,288 

l,10u 



36 



Ma/*i4«*t*e 'tfotntneice of ike a Ut%ited tPtatel, 4983 



TABLE 1—DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF GRAINS. SOYBEANS. SUGAR AND MOLASSES—CONTINUED 
SNIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1085 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) 



RECEIVING AREA 



CORN 

(CODE 

0103) 



OTHER GRAINS 

(COOES 0102, 

0101, 010S, 

0106) 



WHEAT 
(CODE 
0107) 



SOYBEANS 
(COOE 
0111) 



SUGAR 
(CODE 
2061) 



MOLASSES 
(COOE 

2062) 



MISSOURI RIVER" — --- 
ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL." 
PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



2,761 



ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA. 
ORLEANS, LA.- — — ------ — — — - — 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES-—— 

TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA--- ............. ......... 

OUCHITA AND BLACK RIVERS, ARK, ANO LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES — ----- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 



9,632 
4,632 



1,719 
1,719 



TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA- 



MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIOUE AND BAYOU DES CANNES, LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES"- — " 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.-----"-"--- — — .———. — — .——— ........ 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1 


636 


1 


636 


1 


683 


3 


031 


i 


.711 



37,35<> 
37,359 

U.IIH? 
26.500 
30,990 



25,155 
25,155 

1,173 
7,561 
9,037 



1,129 

6,918 
76,583 
87,531 

10,391 
182,171 
192,865 

8,371 
222,068 
230,139 



11,071 
176,850 



1 ,100 
1,100 
2,800 



CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.----- — - — ---- — ------- — — -- - — -. — . .. 



SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 



GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 
ORLEANS, LA.-------- — -— — -. — - 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES — ------ 

i TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA. 



1,575 
1,57 5 



15,252 

11,910 

1,018 

12,926 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEN ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES-— — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.-- — —-——-—— ............ .............. ...... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
OHIU RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE-- — ------ - — — — ----- 

MISSOURI RIVER----- - ----- - — — — — — — — — — — — ....... 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. - — — .—. — .. . .. ...... 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN .- — — .... ............. ........... ......... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.——— — . — — ——— — 



1,919 
3,662 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1.633 
7,729 



11,756 
18,365 



mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not including new 

orleans, la./ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la.« 
gulf intracoastal waterway' Mississippi river, la., to sabine 
river, tex.- — — — — — — ................ ............... ... 

mermentau river, bayou nezpique and bayou des cannes, la."---- " - 

sabine-neches waterway, texas--— — ——.— ——...--— — — 

galveston bay, texas---------------------------------- - --------- 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes- — ------- 

mississippi river' baton rouge. la., to but not including new 
orleans, la.- — ——— — — — — — ——— — — — ........... 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not including baton 

ROUGE, LA.- — " — " — . — — — — — . ......... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK.-— ........................................ ... 

WOLF RIVER, TENN. ------ - — — — ..- — — — -— — — -- — -—— .......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE- .......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH- — - — . — ....... ... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.— — ———.—.-. 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY ........................ ............ 

MONONGAMELA RIVER, PA. AND W. VA .——. — — — — ——— — — — ... 

MISSOURI RIVER- — - — ——————— . ... 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.----- — ...... .......... .................. ..... 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN .———. ——— — .———— — ....... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL. — -■ 



1,907 

10,150 

1,556 



7,318 
3,015 



1,111 
13,338 



3.052 
3,100 



1 ,151 
2,958 



1,512 



1,650 
6,936 



8,729 
5,223 
1,233 



6,051 
2,915 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



27,317 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 
ROUGE, LA./ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la. 

bayou vermilion, la.- — - ........................ ...... 

sabine-neches waterway, texas — - .................... ... 

galveston bay, texas- — — — — — ——— — — — — — — .... 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes--------- -- 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not including new 
Orleans, la.---— ————————— — — — — ............ 

yazoo river ano mouth, miss .-. — — —— — — ------- — ........... 



10,091 
5,163 



11,875 



7,758 



1,555 



19,637 
93.753 



62,710 
228,7 32 



615,086 



1,650 
11 1,207 

1,013,165 



631,751 



1,963,767 
6,287 



3,733 
3,102 



701 
19,339 
33,928 
12,791 
11,753 
2,963 
1.562 
21,653 

107,893 



1.358 
5.173 
6,765 



18,051 
19,021 
11,512 
20,308 

3,231 
10,130 

1,387 



81,678 

15,158 

9,721 

20,758 

265,605 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



37 



TABLE 1 --DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF GRAINS, SOYBEANS, SUGAR AND HOL ASSF S- -CON T I NUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1993 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



CORN 

(CODE 

0103) 



OTHER GRAINS 

(COOES 0102, 

0101, 0105, 

0106) 



WHEAT 
(CODE 
0107) 



SOYBEANS 
(CODE 
0111) 



SUGAR 
(CODE 
2061) 



MOLASSES 
(CODE 
2062) 



ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK. .-...— .............. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEEH DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE- 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY. ------ 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.— — — — — — — — 



1,371 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,500 
116,261 



17,994 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS— -»«•.»-«••■-.-— ................. 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS"-"-----"--- — —.—. ————.—.—— ---• 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES ——— — - 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.-------- — —-—.-..-.—..——..—.. ......... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 
ROUGE, LA.--------------------— ———...—. .... . .......... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.— — — .—.—— ............ .......... 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.--------— ...................................... . 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER 0I3TRICT, LOUISVILLE .................. 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY. — — — - — — — — — — ■ 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN,-— — ...... .............. ............. ..... 



970,106 



2,910 



102,060 

611,749 

2,715 



5,916 

62,076 



9,780 
1,472,664 



1,40 

1,561 

7,411 

366,990 

259,395 



7,991 
3,222 



2,614,576 



300,868 

620,467 

5,901 



4,490 
16,804 



3,253 



10,446 
1,400 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



36,658 
768,034 



1,600 



1,643 

12,947 

3,054 

675,695 



4,425 
25,323 

6,654 



MISSISSIPPI RIVE 
GULF INTRACOA 

»LA. 

WARRIOR RIVER 
GULF INTRACOA 
GALVESTON RAY 
MISSISSIPPI R 
MISSISSIPPI R 
ORLEANS, LA.. 
MISSISSIPPI R 
ROUGE, LA. 

mississippi r 
mississippi r 
yazoo river a 
arkansas rive 
wolf river, t 
ohio river' e 
tennessee riv 
Illinois rive 
minnesota riv 
port of cmica 



R' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER/ 
STAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE BAY, 



1,732 



SYSTEM ........................................ 

STAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
, TEXAS—- • .——..—. .................... 

IVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES—— 1 
IVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 



1,579 
6,200 



IVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUOING BATON 



IVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
IVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
NO MOUTH, MISS." — — — — — - ....... .— ....... 

R, ARK.— — — — — — - — — ... -- — — ... — ... ... .- 

ENN. .............................................. 



NGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE- 
ER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.— • 

R, ILL. — ——.—. — . 

ER, MINN.— — — — — — 

GO, ILL.— —..—.. 



2,560,995 

10,428,013 

38,352 

10,562 

6,404 

5,145 

21,130 

237,128 

1,600 

468,442 



4,500 

65,356 

22,846 
5,001 
4,659 
5,367 



1,639 

1,031,321 

728,955 



45,081 
103,470 



1,309,904 

4,205,875 

18,679 

29,026 

1,538 



5,673 



1,470 

14,773 

690 



16,261 

352,994 

9,368 



21,467 

76,120 

161,455 

1,359 



1,500 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



13,787,050 



YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 
ORLEANS, I.A. --------- ------------- 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES — 

TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,141 
129,992 

4,107 
38,135 

42,242 



LA.- 



arkansas river, ark./ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,, to new Orleans, 
mermentau river, bayou nezpioue ano bayou de3 cannes, la.—— — 
galveston bay, texas-— ».«.—•— ——-——.——.—.-- ...... 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes -..--. 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not including new 
orleans, la.--- — — ....—— ...———.—— ......... — - 

mississippi river' minneapolis, hinn.. to mouth of missouri river- 
tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky ....—————. — .-. ... 



15,907 
55,258 
71,165 

2,900 



5,827,175 

22,399 
139,263 
161,662 



9,373 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



2,639 
1,501 
4,340 



6,203 
72,535 



86,111 



WHITE RIVER, ARK./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 
ORLEANS, LA. ------ 



NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
8AT0N ROUGE, LA., 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES-"" — 

TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



WOLF RIVER, TENN./ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM— - ........................... ............ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES---— — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 8AT0N ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUOING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.- ..-.— ................ ........ 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ohio river' engineer oistrict, louisville/ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile 8ay, ala,. to new orleans, la." 
sabine-neches waterway, texas— .......................... .......... 

gulf intracoastal waterway' sabine river to galveston, texas— — - 

galveston 8 ay, texas------- .-....—. — .-...— ............ 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes .... — . 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not incluoing new 
orleans, la.-— •-•———.———" ......... ...................... 



12,942 
12,942 

5.835 



47,976 
125,166 
173,144 

4,122 



259,217 
2,729,510 



7,330 
165,994 



5,727 
343,442 

439,836 

16,530 

130,871 

941,308 



8,982 
102,990 
111,972 



4,924 
200,296 



230,684 
435,904 



1,300 
1,723 
1,403 
2,982 
354,445 

375,100 



14,901 
216,669 



231,590 

11,420 
307,164 
316,604 



194,078 
234,662 
428,740 



401,877 
1,596,796 



1,405 
1,401 



7,246 



38 



H /i / '< i / '■■ <■ i a *■ / 'o tn >m i , - <■ of Ike °United , < / > tateb, 4983 



TABLE 1--00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF GRAINS. S0YHEAN8, SUGAR AND MOL ASSES--CONT INUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



CORN 

(CODE 

0103) 



OTHER GRAINS 

(CODES 0102, 

010(1, 010$, 

0106) 



"(HEAT 
(CODE 
0107) 



90YBEANS 
(CODE 
0111) 



SUGAR 
(CODE 
2061) 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 
ROUGE, LA.----------------"-- .—.———..——• ............ 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river- 
yazoo river and mouth, mi ss. ------.----.---—----—..----- — --- 

arkansas river, ark .- — — — — .- — .- — — — — — — -- — — — .......... . 

wolf river, tenn.. ---.-. ..-.-.- — .--————-.——-—.-.. — . • 

Ohio river' engineer district, louisville— ——.——— ......... 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky. -- — . — - — . — — .- — . 

Illinois river, ill.— —————— .—...-.-............. 



13,084 

2,767 

1,873 

95,036 

192,175 

1,507 

162,281 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — - 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.—.-— - — --.. — ---- — ---. — -.-... — . — --- — - — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



3,464,485 

2,759 
52,221 

5(1,980 



OHIO RIVEP' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH/ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ■ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES 

M iS si ss If Pi R IV ER ' BA TO N RO us e< la., to B uT N oT I NC lU di ng n £W 

ORLEANS, LA. ....... .... ........ ......... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,613 
1,7(10 
3,353 



TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY./ 

GULF INTRAC0ASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS--.--. — — .. — . — — -.. — ..—..-....- — ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES--- ------ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 

ORLEANS, LA.- — "-- ........................................... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE ........ 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.-" " ............. . 



1,612 
21,399 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



77,168 
100,179 



CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY./ 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS .—.—...——. .. 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS------ .-.- — - — — . — -..- — .... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES-" — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.- — — — — - .-.-..- ..... ...... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE----- ——.-.—« 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.-« - — ..... — . . 



1,461 
7.289 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



12,847 
21,597 



GREEN AND BARREN RIVERS, KY./ 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--- ......................... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 

ORLEANS, LA.-- ........ — — ...... ...... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE------- - ........... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.'" — --- 



4,615 
45,537 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



8,360 
58,512 



KANAWHA RIVER, W.VA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA,-- ---..--. ............. ............. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



4,405 
4,405 



MISSOURI RIVER/ 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS .———.——.« ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES"-"--"-" 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.---"-----....------ — ................ .. — .. — ....... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 

ROUGE, LA.- .-.--.—". ...... . ... 

MISSISSIPPI .RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
WOLF RIVER, TENN.— -..-.-- — .....-...— ......... ....... ......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE""- — - — -- — — — 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY .- — — — -- — """"---- — ----- 



4,124 
32,864 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL./ 

WARRIOR RIVER 3 YSTEM"-- — - — — — -—— — — - — ........ ............ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS"".---""". — ——-.——.——.-—. 
GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRI3TI, TEXAS, TO THE MEXICAN 
BORDER-- . ... . .. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — -- — — --- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA.--- — — — — -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH UF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUOING BATON 
ROUGE, L».«»— — —————— ...——.—.-..—.— ........ . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 



1 

6 


493 
260 


6 
1,266 


193 

748 


10,915 


141 


30 
2 


381 
93S 



6,973 
8,598 



1.386 
29,767 



1 ,445 
32,598 



28,206 
1,712 



7,585 

7,600 

44,975 

4,560 

810,670 



61,409 

76,302 

113,026 



5,408 
27,788 
33,196 



1,537 



1,773 

10,888 

50,533 
3,027 
6,761 

89,315 

162,297 



1,477 

1,534 

15,898 

22,744 

15,533 

2,999 



1 ,790 
9,567 



1,300 
10,773 

100,444 
3,458 
1,48 

107,246 

224,709 



28,968 
117,610 



4,667 
151,245 



4,916 
22,784 



56,993 

41,137 

6,077 



1,321 

17,570 



56,819 



32,775 

219,786 

4,316 



1,446 
17,614 



89,477 
81,658 



1,516 
7,144 
2,818 



236,636 
177,626 



669,089 
2,298, 1 18 



147,054 
17,118 



39 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



TABLE 1—00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF GRAINS. SOYBE 
SHIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING AR 



CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



ANSi SUGAR AND 
EA 



MOLASSES—CONTINUED 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



CORN 

(CODE 

0103) 



OTHER GRAINS 
(CODES 0102, 

010J, 0105, 
0106) 



WHEAT 
(CODE 
0107) 



SOYBEANS 
(CODE 
0111) 



SUGAR 
(CODE 
2061) 



MOLASSES 
(COOE 
2062) 



MINN. 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 MINNEAPOLIS 

YAJOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MI S3 ,— — — - — - .. 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK ,— — — ——— — — 

kolf river, tenn. -------- ——— — — — 

Ohio river 1 engineer district, louisville 
tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky.— — 
missouri river— — — - — — — -— - — — 
illinois river, ill. """"""-"""" 
port of chicago, ill.-— — — 



TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — 



1,179 

23,377 

69,366 

223,193 

3,002 

168,191 



25,310 
1,613 



2,911 



3,061 



170,580 

3,200 

11,235 



1,311 



3,056 



7,131 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



BLACK RIVER, HIS./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 
ORLEANS, LA. ------ 



BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEH 



12,721,115 



7,571 



1,120 
162,236 



6,260 

1,411 

11,814 



MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN./ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM----- - ---- - —— — ——— ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEH ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES — — - — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEH 

ORLEANS, LA.—- — - — . — ..-- — - ................................. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 
ROUGE, LA.- — — -- — — - — — — — — — — — — — — -- — - — — — — — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
YA20O RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS .- — — ——— — — — — — — — • 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK ,«—— — — —— — — .-—— — ........ 

"OLF RIVER, TENN.— —— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — . 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT. LOUISVILLE- — — — — 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY . — — — — — .......... ........ . 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.-" — -----— — — — — — — — — — — . 



TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA. 



1, 


460 


173, 


067 


1,360, 


370 


4 


917 


1 


481 


3 


047 


1 


560 


8 


057 


122 


776 


404 


384 


2,081 


122 



215,131 
320,816 



30,211 
2,780 



5,016 
21,553 



228,909 

857,338 

1,155 

1,665 

11,061 



1,375 



7,739 
1,116 
9,718 



3,219 



NIAGARA RIVER, N.Y./ 
NIAGARA RIVER, N.Y. 



51,801 
3,0 26 



17,189 

87,799 

1,390 

702,173 



1,662 

6,368 

59,315 



1,170,776 



1,375 



lake michigan/ 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., 
mississippi river' baton rouge, la. 
Orleans, la. -.-.---—.-. ..... 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES--- — 
TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEH 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,723 

16,137 
18,160 



PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., To MOuTH OF PASSES------------ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 

ORLEANS, LA.----- - — -.. — — ——-.- — — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 

ROUGE, LA.- — . — --- — ......... ... ... ............ .... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK .—. — — — .......... ........................ . 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.--------" — .— — — " — — — ... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY."-""— — — — ... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.- .—.— — — .......... 



71.919 

189,706 

1,500 



1,257 



62,293 

62,870 



1,181 
25,616 
27,097 



1,700 
61,550 



98,952 
29,675 



3,284 
3,168 



3,399 
7,219 
7,647 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,633 

5,890 



27,084 
6,444 



7,331 

138,916 



LAKE SUPERIOR/ 

LAKE SUPERIOR- 



LOS ANGELES AND LONG BEACH HARBORS, CALIF./ 
LOS ANGELES AND LONG BEACH HARBORS, CALIF. 



70,053 



SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA/ 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA- 



189,696 



COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH/ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH — — — - 
COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, WASH. 
WILLAMETTE ANU YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG. ------------------ 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,520 
2,743 
4,263 



COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE DALLES, OREG./ 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH,, TO THE MOUTH- — — -■ 
WlLLAMETTt AND YAMHILL RIVERS, UREG. — — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, WASH. 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH— 
WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG. --------------- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,350 
1,350 



51,669 
31,034 



82,703 



WILLAMETTE ANO YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER" VANCOUVER, WAS"., TO THE MOUTH- 
COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, 
WILLAMETTE ANO YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG.- — - .-.-. 



30,198 
30,198 



39,058 
67,380 



106,438 



520,606 
878,190 



1,399,096 
3,125 



5,078 
21,735 



29,811 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



I ,798 
1,798 



7,018 
10,113 



40 



WatelAolne ^ommetce of (fie '// n iti </ fflateb, 49H:t 



table i— domestic inland movements of grains* soybeans, sugar ano molasses--continned 
shipping area by receiving area 

calendar year 1983 

(in tons of 2,000 pounds) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


CORN 

(CODE 

0103) 


(TMER GRAINS 

(CODES 0102, 

010(1, 0105, 

0106) 


WHEAT 
(CODE 
010?) 


SOYBEANS 
(CODE 
0111) 


SUGAR 
(CODE 
2061) 


MOLASSES 
(CODE 
2062) 


RECEIVING AREA 


SNAKE NlVER, OREG., *A3H, ANO IDAHO/ 




116,162 
176,216 

29(1,698 


1.154, 420 
2,037,093 

3,191,513 




























PUGET SOUND ANO TRIBUTARY HATERS/ 








56,055 















DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



41 



TABLE 2--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF LOGS AND LUMBER 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 



CALENDAR TEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



LOGS, POSTS, 

POLES, AND 

PILING 

(CODES 2111, 
2112, 2uiu) 



FOREST PROD- 
UCTS, NEC 
(CODES 0861, 
2013, 2116) 



LUMBER 

(CODE 

2121) 



WORKED 

NOOD 
(CODE 
2431) 



PULPNOOO 
(CODE 
2115) 



TOTAL, ALL SHIPPING 



11,660, 056 



1,835,230 



122,818 



1,240,396 



NARRAGANSETT BAY/ 

PORT OF BOSTON, MASS. 



CHESAPEAKE BAY/ 

YORK RIVER, VA.- 



179,198 



NANTICOKE RIVER, '.'EL. AND MO./ 
YORK RIVER, VA. .——.--. 



RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER, VA./ 
YORK RIVER, VA. .----.- 



YORK RIVER, VA./ 

CHESAPEAKE BAY-"-" — 
ALBEMARLE SOUND, N.C." 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



HAMPTON ROADS, VA./ 

DELAWARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE SIDE- 
BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, MD." — -— — -• 
HAMPTON ROADS, V A .—----.- — --- — -—— ...... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



12,633 
2,919 



15,552 



2,604 

6,765 

45 

9,414 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 ENGINEER DISTRICT, NORFOLK/ 
HAMPTON ROADS, VA .---.-.-.----. — .---—....-.. .......... 



ALBEMARLE SOUND, N.C./ 
YORK RIVER, VA.----- 
HAMPTON R0AU8, VA.'- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



79,815 
79,815 



CHOWAN RIVER, N.C./ 
HAMPTON RQA03, il, 



ROANOKE RIVER, N.C./ 
HAMPTON ROADS, VA , 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON/ 
ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, SAVANNAH- 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE/ 
ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE- 



GULF OF MEXICO/ 

GULF OF MEXICO- 



WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM/ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM------- - .. — .—-"-. — ....-—..— ...... ...... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WAT6RWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA." 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES-- — — " 



450 

30 

226 

19,115 



108 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ALABAMA' COOSA RIVERS, ALA. AND GA./ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM-.....-.-.---.- — -.-.- — .................. 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



19,115 
6,500 



5,244 
5,244 



602 
602 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



6,500 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE HAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA. --------- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES— .-- ———— -. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.. TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER--— — - 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, TEX./ 
GULF OF MEXICO .—..---.-.-..—--.-.-——-——......-——.. 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, TEX. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



OUCHITA AND BLACK RIVERS, ARK. AND LA./ 
OUCHITA ANO BLACK RIVERS, ARK. AND LA. 



MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU N£ZPIOUE ANO BAYOU OES CANNES, LA./ 
INLANO WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO MERMENTAU RIVER, LA.-- — •■ 



170 
10 

180 

50,800 
20 



486 

215 

2,933 

3,634 
270 



246 



270 



SABINE-NECMES WATERWAY, TEXAS/ 
GALVE3TON BAY, TEXAS-------- 



GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS/ 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS--- — — - — --- — ------ — ------ — -- 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS- 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH-- .............. 



610 
185 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,462 
1,462 



20,145 

1,006 

18,150 



56,834 
58,814 

42,209 

90,136 



37,441 
71,139 



108 


580 


77 
20 


561 

871 


98 


432 


23 


015 



42 



#a/«i/e4>»« Y J «tnm#ir* of tAe 'United SPtatet, J 9 8 3 



T»8LE 2--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF LOGS AND LUMHER--CONT INUEO 
SHIPPING AREA Br RECEIVING AREA 

CALENOAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING ARE* / 
RECEIVING AREA 



LOGS, POSTS, 

POLES, AND 

PILING 

(CODES 241 1, 
2412, 2414) 



FOREST PROD- 
UCTS, NEC 
(COOES 0861 , 
2413, 2116) 



LUMBER 

(CODE 

2121) 



WORKED 

WOOD 
(CODE 
2131) 



PULPWOOO 
(CODE 
2415) 



MISSISSIPPI RIvER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES/ 
WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM-— ............................. . 

PEARL RIVER, MISS. AND LA.--- — — — — — — — — — — — — - 

LAKE MICHIGAN.....-...-...-..--------.-".---.-...... 



615 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES---" 



615 
254 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES — — -- — - ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 



L*. .•........— ..................................... ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 

YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS."--" ----.-.-— — — .- — .. — ..-. — . 

OHIO RJVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON"----"" — -""-- -■ 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH-- --.-.--- .. 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. ANO W. V A. ..................... ............. 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL."---""- -"---.-."- — ".-... ....... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES" ——-.- - — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



145,200 
2,362 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



2,362 



YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES---- — — ... — — « 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES — ...... .. — ..— . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

YAZOO RIVER ANO MOUTH, MISS.-" — - — " — ........ ......... . 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.— .. — ——..—.—— ........ 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



4HITE RIVER, ARK./ 

YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS. 
WHITE RIVER, ARK. -"--""" 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES.---- — — — — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY ......... ........... 



25,698 
25,698 



1,938 

6,741 



6,325 
1,355 



7,680 
16,767 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 



LAKE SUPERIOR/ 
LAKE SUPERIOR- 



16,767 

6,150 

18,647 



LOS ANGELES ANO LONG BEACH HARBORS, CALIF./ 
LOS ANGELES AND LONG BEACH HARBURS, CALIF. 



SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA/ 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA- 



SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, CALIF./ 

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA---- 
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, CALIF. • 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



COOS BAY, OREG./ 

COOS BAY, OREG.- 



COOS AND MILLICOMA RIVERS, OREG./ 
COOS BAY, OREG.—- ... .... 



UMPQUA RIVER, OREG./ 
UMPQUA RIVER, OREG. 



SIJSLAd RIVER, OREG./ 
SIUSLAW RIVER, OREG. 



110 
30 

170 
141,275 

637,628 
14,400 

50,422 



6,000 
6,000 



190 
8,223 
8,413 

334 



2,652 

586 



53,103 
16,018 



1,361 
3,375 



1,298 
22,390 
31,662 



967 
280 



1,247 



4, 134 
3,207 



1,963 
1,575 



3,538 



9,204 
9,696 



2,297 
21,197 



240 
240 



3,011 
3,011 



556,733 
556,733 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



43 



TABLE 2 — DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF LOGS AND LUMBER— CONT INUED 
SHIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



LOGS, POSTS, 

POLES, AND 

PILING 

(CODES 2U1I, 
2412, 2414) 



FOREST PROD- 
UCTS, NEC 
(CODES 0S61, 
2413, 5416) 



LUMBER 

(CODE 

2421) 



WORKED 

MOOD 

(CODE 

2431) 



PULPWOOD 
(CODE 
2415) 



COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, HASH., TO THE MOUTH/ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH-------. 

COLUMBIA RIVER 1 VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE DALLES, OREG. 
"ILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG. —————— 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA------------ - — - — .-- — ....... 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE DALLES, OREG./ 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE MOUTH—- — 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE DALLES, OREG. 
WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG. — ——— — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA----------- — — — — — — — — — 

COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, MASH./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE MOUTH——— 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE OALLES, OREG.- 
WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG.-— — — — . — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



COLUMBIA RIVER' WENATCHEE, MASH., TO INTERNATIONAL BOUNDRY/ 
COLUMBIA RIVER' WENATCHEE, WASH., TO INTERNATIONAL BOUNORY 
COEUR DtALENE LAKE. — — — — — — — — — — — .......... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE MOUTH — — .-.. 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, MASH., TO THE DALLES, OREG. 
MILLAMETTE ANO YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG .--- — -. — ......... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



SNAKE RIVER, OREG., WASH, AND IDAHO/ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH--. ..... 

COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEwICK, WASH. 
WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG .- — — — —— — - -. 

SNAKE RIVER, OREG., WASH, ANO IOAHO — — — — — — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



COEUR DtALENE LAKE/ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' WENATCHEE, WASH. 
COEUR DTALENE LAKE -. — 



TO INTERNATIONAL BOUNDRY- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



HOOUIAM RIVER, WASH./ 

GRAYS HARBOR AND CHEHALIS RIVER, MASH.- 
HOOUIAM RIVER, WASH.—- - — — . — — — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



PUGET SOUND AND TRIBUTARY WATERS/ 

P UGET SOUND AND TRIBUTARY MATERS- 



SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA/ 

SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA. 



PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA/ 

PRINCE WILLIAM 30UND, ALASKA- 



alaska peninsula/ 
a l aska peninsula- 



3,089,138 
216,323 
163,733 

3,469,194 



95,668 

616,290 

21,694 



880 
880 



1,760 



19,487 
5,535 



41,233 
1,891 
154,80 



50,631 



6,827 
1,210 

58,668 

52,296 

418,474 

470,770 

11,903 
431 

12,334 

4,344,690 

1,145,953 

1 

21,000 



169,347 

3,334 

5 



353,216 

1,300 



149,740 



149,740 



161,946 

79,140 

15 

241,101 
143,945 



412,038 
90,312 



2,463 
2,463 



9,690 
9,690 



35 



57,886 

5, 176 

2 



8,941 
7 



127,200 



44 



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TABLE 3— DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF COAL AND LIGNITE (CODE 1121) 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 19«3 

(IN TONS OE J, 000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 

RECEIVING AREA 

TOTAL. ALL SHIPPING AREAS .•... . — — ............. 

PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y. AND N.J./ 

PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y. ANO N. J. -.-- — -.-..-...-.--. — — — — — ....-. — — — — . 

CHESAPEAKE BAY/ 

CHESAPEAKE BAY-----""-- — — — ———— — ———— -...-.-.--- — — ..-.. 

BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, MO./ 

DELAWARE RIVER' NEW JERSEY SIDE - — ——— — — — — ........... 

BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, MO.— — — — — — — — — — .................. .. 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — — — — — — — — — — — ——— — ——— . 

HAMPTON ROAOS, VA./ 

DELAWARE RIVER' NEW JERSEY 3I0E — — — — — — -- — — — — — — — .. — ........... 

DELAWARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE SIOE — — — - — — - — - .-. — -. 

BALTIMORE HARBOR ANO CHANNELS, MO.- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — -' 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA— — ———. — ............. ................ ........ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE BAY, ALA.- — — ' 
ApALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. ANO FL A. — — — — — — — — — 

ESCAMBIA ANO CONECUH RIVERS, FLA. AND ALA .— ——— — — — — — — — 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM---------- — - — — — - — ---- — - — - — ——--- — — — ' 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.— — — — • 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 

TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA- — --- — ——————— — . 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM------ — — ——— — — — — .............. 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.— — -..- — . 
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN, LA.— — .—- — - .............................. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — — — .. — — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.-' 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE — — ——————— — 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA---- ———————— —————— 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER — — 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA, ANO KY .- — — — — — — .......... ........ .. 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — —————— ............. ................. — .. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.-— — — - 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — — — 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE ————————— 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — - ——.—————— ————— — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA." — — — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES — - — — — — - — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER——— 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — — - 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE —— ——— — — ——— — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PI TTSBURGH— — ——— — ———— — 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA-------- — — —— — —————— — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES-- — — - — . — — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 

TOTAL, SHIPPING ARE A — .-—. —— ................................ .... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — — — — — — — — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.-- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA, 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER — - — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — — — — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH — — — — — — — — — — . — — — — — . 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY .— — — — — — —— ——— — — — — — — . 

MISSOURI RIVER — - — — -- — — --- — - — — — — — - — — «— . 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.- — — — — — — ———— ——. 

BLACK RIVER, wis.- — — — - — — — — — — - — — --" — - — — ---- — -- — — — — ' 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MI NN . — — — — — — — — — — — .......... ............ . 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.— — ————— ———————— . 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA-- — — — — — — -- — — — ——— — — — — ——— . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — — — ——— — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.-' 



132,416,669 



805, 565 



103,121 
2.122,161 



2,125,402 



906,944 
6,534 

536,370 

1,453,646 



623,441 

11,947 

32,657 

9,224,243 

622,356 
23,216 

10,736,062 



4,355 
26,250 

1,447 
16,302 
30,616 
16,673 

99,643 



1,476 



3,047 
2,466 



5,515 



1,360 
1,701 
1,583 
3,040 
1,506 

9,210 



16,500 
9,632 

39,119 

45,335 
7,523 

26,967 
1,440 

146,516 



3,251 

1,530 



«,76l 



126,072 

56,521 

4,376,661 

763,726 

2,075,130 

204,967 

2,171,036 

1,506 

50,440 

1,415 

56,664 

214,769 

10,121,167 



15,392 

26,091 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



45 



TABLE 3- 



■DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF COAL AMD LIGNITE (CODE 1 1 21 ) --C0NT INUEO 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 



CALENDAR TEAR 1963 



(IN TONS OP 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 

RECEIVING AREA 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER ——' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER--"------' 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., AlA. and KT. - — - — — 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. — — ' 

8t. croix river, bis. and minn.—" — --------"----"""--" — ---- — — " — ' 

minnesota river, minn.- — — — —— — -— — — — — — — 

total, shipping area——" — ""——" — ----""""—-"""" — "' 

arkansas river, ark./ 

sulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la.— — — — — . 

innerharbor navigation canal, la.—- — — "----"-------- — — — — — — 

mississippi river 1 new orleans, la., to mouth of passes— — — • — — ■ 
mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not incluoing nek orleans, la.-- 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river---- 

port of chicago, ill.—----- .................................. 

total, shipping area-- — - — — . ..................................... 

ohio river' engineer district, louisville/ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' apalachee bay, fla., to mobile bay, ala.-- — --• 
escambia ano conecuh rivers, fla. and ala .----- — - — .-.-..— ..---- ........ 

gjlf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la. ----------. 

pearl river, miss. ano la. ...................................... 

innerharbor navigation canal, la. —.-- — .- ......... ........... ........... 

lake pontchartrain, la. ------.... — ---......---... — .-.-.- ................ 

gulf intracoastal waterway 1 plaquemine to morgan city route, la ,- — — -. — — . 
galveston bay, texas-----------------------.."-..-.-.-.-.— -- - ---- ....... 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes----- - — — — 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not incluoing new orleans, la.-' 
mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not including baton rouge, la, 
mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth of ohio river---- — --■ 

mississippi river 1 minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river — — - 
wolf river, tenn.-""------------- — ------------------- - - — - — — 

ohio river' engineer district, louisville — ————— — 

ohio river' engineer district, huntington — ——— — — — ■ 

ohio river' engineer district, pittsburgh ........... . 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky .- — -- — — .......... ............. 

Cumberland river, tenn. and ky.— — — — — ............ .................... — . 

green ano barren rivers, ky . -- — --.— --.-.-.. ............ 

big sandy river, ky. and w. va .-.-.- — — " — -.--.----- — --..-- — — ......... 

kanawha river, w. va. ....--......--...-.--...--.-.-..... — -.-.-. — .-------- -. 

honongahela river, pa. ano w. va . ---------.--------™ — -—-.-—— ........ 

allegheny river, pa ........... . ............................... 

missouri river-------""-- — ................... .. 

illinois river, ill. — ———— — — — ——-- ......... 

lake michigan — - — — — ---- — - — .... .................. .......... 

port of chicago, ill .---------——-----————————— . 

total, shipping area- ..... ..................... ............. 

ohio river' engineer district, huntington/ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la.— — — — — ' 

innerharbor navigation canal, la. ........................................... 

gulf intracoastal waterway' plaquemine to morgan city route, la..""--" — ■ 

galveston bay, texas -.-.-.-. — -...-.--..-...-. — .. — -..-... ........... 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes-- — - — — — - 
mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not incluoing new orleans, la.-- 
mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not including baton rouge, la. 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth of ohio river 

mississippi river 1 minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river- — — — ■ 
wolf river, tenn.------------.- — — --.---. — --. — -.— — -.- — ..— ....... 

ohio river' engineer district, louisville-- 

ohio river' engineer district, huntington------------------- -■ 

ohio river' engineer district, pittsburgh— ------ - ........... ...... 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky. ..... .. 

cumberland river, tenn. and k y .--"-- — -"""-- — -—— — — — — ■ 

kanawha river, w. v a .—- — -....- — ....-.--.-.- — ....-- — .-..—.. ............ 

monongahela river, pa. and w.va.--— ----——.-—.-—..—.....-..——.. ..... 

illinois river, ill.- -- — .....-......... ...... 

lake michigan-- — — — — --. — ....................... ................... 

port of chicago, ill.----- ................................. ....... 

total, shipping area".".-.""" — .----"-------------- — .---.—. 

ohio river' engineer district, pittsburgh/ 

warrior river system--- — .-.--- — ---. — — ........................... ....... 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes— 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not incluoing new orleans, la.-. 
mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth of ohio river— — — 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, louisville--- ...................... 

ohio river' engineer district, hunt ington------------------------- ----.- -. 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, pittsburgh--.--- - — — .... .... 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky.--. — — — -------- — — — — — . 

Cumberland river, tenn. ano ky.--— ----—————--——————--— ......... 

monongahela river, pa. ano w.va.-- ..................... 

allegheny river, pa ............... .................... ............. ......... 

port of chicago, ill.- — — -- --..-- — . ........ 

total, shipping area — ............. .......... ... .............. 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky./ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la.---- — , 
gulf intracoastal waterway' plaquemine to morgan city route, la.- — — ---■ 
mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of passes ---.. ....... 



1,551 

1,9117,655 

i,i Jt> 

3,312 

1,136,156 

153,957 

3,291,662 



11,916 

1,531 

522,610 

308,601 

3,161 

102,353 

950,178 



95,311 

1 ,181,092 

636,091 

13,196 

1,313 

55,212 

2,207 

17,617 

511,151 

983,603 

98,355 

61,767 

1,302,697 

715,179 

6,663,552 

3,805,352 

69,810 

2,757,816 

1,815,910 

560,319 

10,097 

11,222 

81,291 

1,706 

11,865 

363,061 

1,161 

352,276 

25,805,995 



1,518 

1,178 

1,170 

9,320 

1,718,978 

601,710 

6,126 

366,911 

137,011 

10,582 

3,962,629 

3,903,892 

2,718, 110 

111,922 

3,021 

5,608 

2,169,262 

70,516 

1,330 

139,958 

15,996,528 



16,523 

62,081 

8,979 

3,036 

2,812,311 

2,051,569 

5,555,201 

2,255,669 

299,955 

1,058,712 

255,518 

1,198 

11,381,082 



13,506 

1,190 
716,578 



46 



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-DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF COAL AND LIGNITE (CODE 1 1 2 1 ) --C0NT INUEO 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENOAR YEAR 1985 



(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 

RECEIVING AREA 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.-' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING RATON ROUGE, LA 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO R I VER- — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — — 

WOLF RIVER, TENN. -— — —— — ———.———. — ...... . 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE" •■ - — - — -....-.. . 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON .-..--.. — .. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH--- — 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.- — — - — — ...- .......... ............ .. 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.-- — ..——...-—. — — . — . .............. 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL. -.— -- — .............. .......... 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA--...---- — .- ................. . . 

CUMBERLAND HIVER, TENN. AND KY./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER--- — 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY .— — ---.. — ————-.— ......... 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA---. --..-. ....................... 

GREEN AND BARREN RIVERS, KY./ 

PEARL RIVER, MISS. AND LA .---..--...". — — ---...- — — -.—..---——« .. 
LAKE PONTCHAR TRAIN, LA. .-.-.-.- — ..-----------..-«- ...... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE, LA.-— ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES . — ...- — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — --- — 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.--------"--.""------ — ------" — — — — — — — — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUI SV ILLE- — — - — — —— — — — — ........ 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY. — — — — . — — ——————. 

GREEN AND BARREN RIVERS, KY .- ————"-— ........... ................. . 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.—— ————--—— — — — 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.—————— — ————— 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA ——————. ———- — — ... 

BIG SANDY RIVER, KY. AND W.VA./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.—""" -- — -. .......... — .. 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE, LA.- — — — - 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS— — — — — — — -- — .-—— — — — — .............. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES— — — — — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER — — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER-- — — — — 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.— — — — ..-.-- ............................... ......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE ............... .......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON — - — --- — ——— — — — — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH— ........ .......... ..... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY ,. — .—— — .—— — — ——— — 

KANAWHA RIVER, W. VA ,... — — ...—.-.— ........... —-. — —- ...... . 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W.VA.-.--.---"- — — --------- — - — — -- — - — ' 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.———— ..——.— ............ ............ 

LAKE MICHIGAN---- ................. . .......... . .. 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.----------------------------————— 1 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- ———.—. — . 

KANAWHA RIVER, W.VA./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA .— — — . — — — — — — — — .—— ... 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS- — ---- — — ----" — — ---- — - — — -""--"""- — "' 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS--- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE MEXICAN BORDER- — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — - — — - — ---- — -—' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE-- — — - — - — — - ........ 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, HUNTINGTON--.-- ..... ........ 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH .................. .......... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.-— — ..................... . 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY .— — — — — — — — — — — — .............. 

KANAWHA RIVER, W. VA ....... — — .—•.——.....— . ———.- ....... 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W.VA."--" — — — - — — - — — . — — ---. — 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA.— —.—————.————— ..——«.— 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.------- — — ......................... . 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA ..................... ....... ... 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W.VA./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, L A. — — — — — — — — — — — .............. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES---- — - — ..-.—— — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
MISSI33IPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER — — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE- ...... ........ 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, HUNTINGTON — .... .... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH. ........ .... ... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY .————— ..... ... . .. 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY.— -.——.———.- ...—....— —.-——. 
KANAWHA RIVER, W.VA.. — — ---- — -- — — - — — — — -- — — ---- — ---- — — — — -' 
MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W . VA ,.——.—. — ——.— — — — ... 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA. — --.. — -— .... . .. 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.-- .... — ... ..... .... -. 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL. — ———— —— — — — — 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — — — — — ... .. . 



16S, 164 

33,062 

11,601 

216,216 

75,986 

6,115 

12,080 

10,525 

2,781,658 

1,600 

1,501 

1,052,138 



1,500 
1,621 



J, 121 



1,752 

1,750 

3,521 

2,931,368 

11,297 

80,177 

391,987 

1,936,709 

367,928 

65,362 

7,101 

6,130 

8,835,382 



2,967 

1,730 

2,802 

311,613 

553,111 

30,512 

9,938 

32,620 

1 ,188 

58,581 

1,187 

168,217 

301,209 

2,917 

1,150 

1,520 

11,362 

21,526 

1,518,113 



1,197 

6,295 

7,693 

8,963 

12,062 

111 ,901 

97,372 

11,686 

909,321 

1,087,002 

2,051,889 

7,657 

6,372 

511,578 

381,518 

1,173 

15, 181 

6,655,166 



3,113 

566,629 

78,571 

268,008 

381,651 

727,053 

3,911,992 

70,660 

29,761 

2,371 

12,118,115 

128,139 

1,168 

13,393 

18,931,166 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



47 



TABLE J--DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF COAL AND LIGNITE (CODE 1 1 21 ) "CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF J, 000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 

RECEIVING AREA 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA./ 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT. HUNTINGTON .......»....-.——.—. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PI TT3BURGH--"-— -• — -..—.-....- — — 
TENNESSEE RIVER. TENN., ALA. AND KY .. — -"---.— ......"...."..... ...... 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA-.-..-. — — ——.—-—---- — -.— ............. 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEx ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES"""""""" — - 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER-"""" 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER-"""" 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY .- — ---. — ........................ .. 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.— — — — — — — ... — — — — . — ..... ... — ... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.— — — ——————— — 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA".. — — — — ..... ..... ...... ... ....... ... ... . 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER-"- — 



54,671 
7,213 
1,439 

63,523 



66,606 

11,079 

7,433 

11,953 

4,595 

730,174 

3,266,691 

4,120,531 



1,540 



48 



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T»BlE 1— DOMESTIC InL»ND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 
SHIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING ARE* 

C»LEnD*R YE*R 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2911) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSFNE 
(CODE 
2<M3) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2">16) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 

2916, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING ARE* 


TOTAL, *LL SHIPPING AREAS 

PENOeSCOT RlvER, m*InE/ 


31,823,757 


26,931, 186 

21,508 

16,918 

10,087 

207,150 

10,196 
32,983 
73,179 

13,206 

88,795 
3,699 

135,700 
2,280 


38,091,888 


1,123,635 


1, 157,187 
3,011 
1,716 


65,656, 316 


2,742,368 


2,309,215 


8,734,809 


■PORTLAND HARBOR, MAINE/ 


6,810 






12,211 








GLOUCESTER HARBOR, MASS./ 








69 




PORT OF BOSTON, MASS./ 


81,581 




3,565 




55,061 
16,967 




9,224 


narragansett bay/ 










providence river and harbor. 


1,283 
1,283 

5,637 
1,799 






5,632 
5,632 




750 
750 










16,967 

7,002 
9,659 






PROVIDENCE RIVER AND HARBOR* R.I,/ 










PROVIDENCE RIVER AND HARBOR* 






569 






















10,636 






569 


16,861 








SEEKONK RIVER, R.I./ 

PROVIDENCE RIVER AND HARBOR, 












THAMES RIVER, CONN./ 










1,515 








CONN. RIVER BELOW HARTFORD, CONN./ 
CONN. RIVER BELOW HARTFORD, 








9,796 


6,980 








LONG ISLAND SOUND, N.V./ 


21,007 

5,827,118 
2,683,788 


21,382 

7,592,216 
1,638,100 




30,512 

11,679,681 
2,319,955 








PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y. ANO N.J./ 

PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y. AND N.J.- 
UPPER HUDSON RIVER, N.Y.--""-- 


165,790 


150,288 

28,703 

5,225 

12,199 

196,115 


293,695 

88,280 


120,669 
11,520 


32,329 


1,041,346 
79,913 
96,915 




lake champlain, n.y. and vt." -- 

t0t»l» shipping area--------- 

upper hudson river, n.y./ 

port of new york, n.y. and n.j.- 


38,916 
8,550,152 

17,288 
7,596 


22,678 
9,253,2^1 

36,858 
23,513 

2,631 
36,711 

99,716 

211,807 
253,120 




6,368 
366,313 

2,911 
715 


1,305 
17,033,911 

25,419 

22,616 

15,760 

1,636 

66,183 

655,651 

1,275,723 
6,817 






165,790 


135,389 
742 


32,329 


1,218,174 
3,756 










LAKE CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. AND VT.-" - 


127,318 
152,202 

21,118 
280 




91,950 
91,950 


2,616 
6,307 

12,131 










742 
8,817 




3,756 

90,765 
1,828 


DELAWARE RIVER' NEW JERSEY SIDE/ 
DELAWARE RIVER 1 NEW JERSEY SIDE- 
DELAWARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA 




5 
11 




















13,753 

11,937 

296,131 
























26,221 
605,221 


22,416 








60,058 
1,297 










S,B7S 




















17,546 
151,270 








BALTIMORE HARBOR ANO CHANNELS* 


7,157 


38,113 
18,012 
11,095 

881,598 

313,325 

188,323 
9,138 








2,670 


175 


12,320 
5,990 




















35,621 
2,776,076 

522,016 
371,219 








93,210 

119,182 
19,082 






12,131 

7,700 
20,631 


33,933 


491 

1,123 
5,838 


116,776 

4,745 
7,177 


DELMARE RIVER* PENNSYLVANIA AND 

DELAWARE SIDE/ 

DELAWARE RIVER* NEW JERSEY SIDE- 
DELAWARE RIVER* PENNSYLVANIA 


1,038, 131 
3,101,177 


178,760 
12,711 


194, 118 










116,695 














3,303 

378,682 

1,619 


35,179 
380, 151 






239,596 
379,707 




117 

315 






351,606 




1 1, 166 




86,523 






3,500 
8,913 

67,766 
32,680 








3,127 
























BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, 


77,806 


11,618 




2,613 


216,395 

60,968 




10,824 






11,169 





















DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



49 



TABLE 4--00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS--CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BT RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR I9S3 

(IN TONS OP 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(COOE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(COOE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREA8ES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(COOES 

2916, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 










26,214 
















5,365 
7,472 

1,052,415 

2,265 
39,720 
















7,936 

640,610 




1,706 
347,558 




22,041 
1,615,099 

1,021 
19,079 






1,093 
99,536 




4,805,835 


42,343 


194,146 


16,217 


CHRISTINA RIVER, DEL./ 

DELAWARE RIVER' st* JERSEY SIDE- 
DEtANARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA 


3,822 
6,425 




















3,611 








BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS* 


3,795 

45,800 

67,660 

82,511 
1,894 
















12,247 

9,173 

2,680 






3,611 

6,796 
1,430 


20,100 

442,750 
575,249 








SCHUYLKILL RIVER, PA./ 

DELANARE RIVER' NEN JERSEY SIDE- 
OELAMARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA 








4 


33,011 






























1,712 

19,048 

430,416 












80,882 
136,956 
28,052 
















8,630 
123,893 




7,728 


2,106 
6,489 
























22,796 






20,543 




1,499 














BALTIMORE HARBOR ANO CHANNELS, 


12,079 
9,120 
5,359 

7,047 

431,760 
4,636 








48,899 






10,116 
51,100 
10,973 
15,510 

141,253 






























3,923 

149,798 








26,871 
1,567,743 

8,851 
6,126 










7,728 


16,821 




4 


CHESAPEAKE BAY/ 

DELAWARE RIVER' NErt JERSEY 3IDE- 
OELANARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA 
























7,548 
7,561 














BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS* 










36,683 














5,972 














35 

19,760 




















5,972 




53,862 

10,369 

42,451 
26,005 








NANTICOKE RIVER, DEL. AND MD./ 

BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, 














BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, MO,/ 
DELAnARE RIVER' NEH JERSEY SIOE- 
DELAMARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA 


10,515 
7,228 


6,942 

2,269 
32,401 
















6,622 
































6,624 

7,810 

56,407 

960,234 

13,248 

6,375 










88,909 


36,115 






2,745 


















2,909 
9,164 


BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, 


18,733 


196,331 
72,436 




























371 






5,615 




3,732 

129,147 


8,571 
355,067 

6,080 








6,622 


3,116 


1,123,154 






17,666 


POTOMAC RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES/ 

DELAWARE RIVER' NEH JERSEY SIDE- 












42,416 
52,614 






























BALTIMORE HARBOR ANO CHANNELS, 




16,240 
164,920 




















83,205 

22,752 

184,660 

1,778 

367,627 
2,136 




140,760 
























4,326 


10,184 






23,164 






43,632 














4,326 


199,424 






163,944 






43,632 


YORK RIVER, VA./ 

DELAWARE RIVER' NEN JERSEY SIDE- 










84,334 


























2,500 








BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS, 


8,237 


















27,206 
14,563 

41,791 








99,360 
9,672 

111,732 














148,599 
150,735 












92,571 

























50 



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TABLE 4--D0MEST1C INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUC TS--C0NT INUEO 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENOAR YEAR 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(COOE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(COOE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIOUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(COOE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


JAMES RIVER. VA./ 


146,886 
32,490 


35,640 

14,022 

3,826 

227,826 

281,314 






4,872 








629 
90 


BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS* 




















3,337 
4,381 

7,718 

34,824 








155,287 
134,663 






17,721 
22,593 






2,664 
3,383 

9,071 










HAMPTON ROADS. VA./ 

DELAWARE RIVER 1 NEW JERSEY SIOE- 
DELAWARE RIVER 1 PENNSYLVANIA 




2,148 
4,266 




























68,893 
17,246 










85,756 


130,476 
18,359 

10,640 

90,856 

702 

438 

6,858 

2,099 

231,171 

12,407 

3,000 






877 


















BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS. 








J93 


33,141 
48,852 






1,650 




















































6,434 


5,688 




70,234 

275,322 

1,234,732 




105 


1,800 










ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 


4,310 




24,196 
136,511 


445 




4,104 


21.817 






ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 


























127,728 










1,500 
91,566 


















507,006 


6,434 


172,809 


1,715 


1,910,972 

3,000 
47,580 

50,580 




4,209 


34,338 


ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
ENGINEER DISTRICT, WILMINGTON/ 








































CAPE FEAR RIVER. N.C./ 


1,483 
3,000 










































7,500 

2,000 

185,678 

195,178 

189,068 
2,195 

191,263 

12,311 

8,642 
11,271 

32,224 
183,924 














































4,483 
















ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON/ 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 


2,949 




27,412 




























2,949 




27,412 










COOPER RIVER, S.C./ 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 














ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY* 






















































SAVANNAH RIVER, GA./ 


3,565 
3,565 


2,746 
2,746 

5,462 




1,183 
1,183 








51,631 








183,924 

4,024 

327,497 
813,800 






51,631 


ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA./ 










ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 


















45,950 


113,106 

4,158 

122,726 




192,762 

92 

192,854 


1,291 








ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
ENGINEER DISTRICT* JACKSONVILLE- 










45,950 




1,291 


1,145,321 

5,694 
736,955 

742,649 








ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
ENGINEER DISTRICT* JACKSONVILLE/ 










ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE- 
















1,750 

1,750 

































DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



51 



TA8LE U— -DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PROOUCTS--CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1981 

(IN TONS OF 2.000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2911) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(COOES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY. 
CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER TO ANCLOTE 
RIVER, FLA./ 

INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, 

CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER TO ANCLOTE 


82,701 
115,828 


28,011 
11,212 








1,061,786 






129,954 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 
BAY, ALA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY ' 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 








468 




APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 








6,784 






















5,841 




4,755 

5,816 

4,059 

130,1.58 


1,226 
1,931 














GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEw 




1,111 




























17,169 




1,111 




6,784 
5,201 


468 




5,841 


APALACMICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 
FLINT RIVERS, GA. AND FLA./ 

APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 NEW 

ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 




287 

287 






















5,201 








GULF OF MEXICO/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY* 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 














1,567 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY* 
MOBILE BAY, «LA, . TO NEW 


107 


82,850 

6,630 
177 
254 

10,728 


























5,609 




































gulf intracoastal waterway 1 
mississippi river, la., to 




437,402 

110,200 
38,698 

1,226 

405,500 

314,444 

6,729 

47,646 
678,371 

143,872 














gulf intracoastal waterway 1 
Rlaouemine to morgan city 


































mermentau river, bayou nezpioue 






































































5,585 


GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CMRISTI, TEXAS* TO THE 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BuT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




6,989 

1,477 












145,681 

19,118 

19,768 

9,091 
226,641 

17,162 

41,056 








21,197 






*I3SISSIPPI RIVER* MOyTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 












MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 




















107 

123,994 
26,510 


109,105 

105,177 
6,689 


2, 184,088 






21,197 

10,472 
2,517 
5,962 






WARRIOR ilvER SYSTEM/ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 










APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 
ESCAMBIA AND CONECUH RIVERS, 


























1,913 
23,881 
















296,807 


506,117 






121,519 
1,112 

22,821 






78,957 


AlABAMA-COOSA RIVERS, ALA. ANO 










GULF INTRACUA3TAL WATERWAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 


20,931 


1.197 




6,772 










GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER* LA., TO 


41,144 














1,177 






17,083 


1,467 





















52 



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TABLE 4--00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PPO0UCTS--C0NT INUED 
SHIPPING AREA Br RECEIVING ARM 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SH1PPINC AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(COOE 
2411) 


OISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2414) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(COOE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2412) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(COOE 
2417) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PROOUCTS 

(CODES 

2418, 

2421, 

2441) 


RECEIVING AREA 






3,142 
5,320 


16,400 
528,560 


2,524 




212,416 














32,163 














34,776 






GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHHISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 




3,032 
3,040 

22,286 

6,264 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




314,145 
92,372 






18,002 
27,091 


16,274 
6,235 






3,203 

3,048 




4,153 




3,272 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 






MISSISSIPPI RIVER* MINNEAPOLIS* 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 








1,990 
























20,803 














11,592 






OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 
















17,040 
5,000 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 
























22,591 
1,522,049 

6,556 
2,834 

9,666 
14,056 














774,566 


187,168 


4,301 


4,153 


712,093 


56,139 




183,240 


ALABAMA-COOSA RIVERS, ALA. AND GA./ 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




















































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE 
BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 
GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


60 9, 23 
27,165 


2 6, 44 4 

15,065 

3,147 

23,748 






2 5, 88 4 
10,018 


.. ....... 


.. ....... 


1 ,6 08 


APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 


















66,442 
39,5 39 




108,485 








341,43 
14, 176 

24,566 






ALABAMA-COOSA RIVERS, ALA. AND 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 


163,828 


23,012 

88 

3,040 












14,429 
















13,375 








7,068 
20, 146 
21,366 

33,671 

112,960 

10,789 
























2,573 
34,015 

30,313 

6,654 














16,897 
22,956 

276,295 

1,271 
1,317 

55,170 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 


17,386 


278,148 
32,340 












22,271 






MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


12,139 




















OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


47,335 


48,653 




199,097 




321,461 
11,592 






OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 










TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 


10,615 


48,213 




























5,416 
501,890 




1,058,543 


271,535 

228 


310,538 


199,097 


22,271 


1,010, 182 






INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA./ 
GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 






LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 




7,561 

4,546 
12,157 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 























































DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



53 



TABLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS- 
SHIPPING AREA ST RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



•CONTINUED 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2011) 


OISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 

2916, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


WATERWAY FROM EMPIRE, LA., TO GULF 

OF MEXICO/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 






3,064 
46,276 
79,404 

24,818 
42,712 

66,889 
263,163 

4,534 
74,615 


















































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




















































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE 
RIVER, TEX./ 




78, me 

4,071 

42 
337 

177 








240 




8,429 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 






































6,682 

476,100 

7,714 
320,648 

10,720 
7,783 

10,114 
489,606 
725,690 
478,699 

293,615 

201,566 
1,692,866 

111,065 
4,912,437 














"ATERwAy FROM EMPIRE* LA., TO 






GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERttAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER/ LA., TO 


1,297 


25,476 

1,622 

1,310 

1,024 
297 






100 








GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY 














76,660 














INLAND WATERWAY* FRANKLIN TO 






























MERMENTAU RIVER* BAYOU NEZPIQUE 




















2,623 














SABINE-NECMES WATERWAY, TEXAS"-* 


9,075 
42,848 




















826 

10,185 




6,300 




GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 














*(1 

79,761 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




12,701 

1,621 
129,449 






11,361 






13,716 
143,596 

3,207 
















22,474 


240 


6,300 


89,141 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE. 
LA./ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 






















22,406 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 






311,551 

119,016 
30,859 
52,246 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY 




















62,600 
































SABINE-NECMES WATERWAY, TEXAS 


3,705 
53,991 
































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 




1,805 














GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


2,506 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
















63,496 


31,439 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIvER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 
















16,317 





















54 



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TABLE 1-- DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS--CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 198} 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2411) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2911) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OIL! AND 
GREASES 

(CODE 
2914) 


OTHER 
PETROLEUM 
PRODUCT! 


RECEIVING ARtA 


(COOES 
2916, 
2921, 
2991) 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 


2,319 

159,767 

132,999 
15,301 






















515,179 












104,221 


ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


3,668 

60,117 




























GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 


93,531 

31,958 
65,393 

2,189 

11,711 
17,088 






3,181 








GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY* 
PLAQUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY 




















































MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIOUE 








7,112 




3,821 
7,882 






CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA.--- 


6,138 


1,421 










GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 






16,358 

10,512 
17,465 

57,584 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 










6,360 
19,675 

143,522 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NUT INCLUDING NEW 


12,085 

3,215 

207,830 
101,181 








22,185 
9,004 






3,116 

50,305 
6,200 










MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 








2,551 


YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS. 


























6,3*0 

8,891 




179,052 


125,160 


356,819 
7,200 




7,112 


172,738 


12,892 




ouChita and black rivers, ark. and 

L»./ 






GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 




2,812 

2,850 

78,802 
81,164 
































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY* 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 
















3,328 

3.J28 






7,200 

156,293 
21,145 

3,249 
2,451 

30,631 
229,241 

65,261 
121,876 

111,132 

83,697 
80,659 

32,121 

6,128 

977, 190 

21,053 












INLAND WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO 

MERMENTAU RIVER, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 
































INLAND WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO 




































MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIOUE 








































































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TU CORPUS CHRISTI, 


















GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 


































MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 




































BAYOU VERMILION, LA./ 





































55 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



T»BLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PROOUCTS--CONT INUEO 
SHIPPING AREA BT RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OP 2/000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(COOE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETRULEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


CULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER. LA., TO 




9,026 


1,220 
74,565 

35,549 
78,391 
54,215 

2,194 

6,082 

47,536 
14,712 

1,064 
339,581 






























MERMENTAU RIVER. BAYOU NEZPIQuE 








































































Gulf INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


















GULF INTRACOASTAL MATERNAV 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS* TO THE 


















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS,l_A,, TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSIS3flPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE. 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 






































9,026 














MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPISUE 
ANO BAYOU OES CANNES. LA./ 


3,250 














SULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER. LA.. TO 


1,650 


















41,682 


7,149 

46,939 

133,291 

80,887 

14,506 
11,340 
























13,656 






SABINE-NECHES HATERHAY, TEXAS-" 


4,986 
61,302 


2,440 
















3,634 
4,198 


6,763 






GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


42,157 










6ULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS. TO THE 












4,634 


mississippi river 1 neh 
orleans, la., to mouth of passes- 
mississippi river 1 baton rouge, 
la., to but not including neh 


3,706 

29,685 

1,400 

1,968 

150,979 

6,743 














1,844 


9,528 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 














OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 




















48,091 


303,642 






6,032 


20,419 
459 




4,634 


CALCASIEU RIVER ANO PASS, LA./ 
GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


23,908 








4,965 
27,747 

15,103 
















125,681 

415 
5,112 

826 

78,252 

49,595 

645,999 

23,033 

95.239 














GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 




14,222 














15,471 




14,206 








INLAND NATERNAY, FRANKLIN TO 


1,624 
67,464 
69,905 
34,195 

180,958 












CALCASIEU RIVER ANO PASS, LA.— 
SABINE-NECHES HATERHAY, TEXAS 


12.813 
17,568 
28.878 






47,080 

36,495 

344,006 

223,111 

28,246 
36, 166 

216,092 


264 


2,432 
29,745 
18,433 

7,810 

28,091 
1,360 

5,772 

21.722 

28,312 

13.393 
7,193 

4,920 






1,067 
9,360 




64,237 


16,402 


1,622 


GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


Gulf intracoastal haterhay' 
corpus christi, texas, to the 


1,322 

12.185 

5,902 






696 

7,744 


17,710 
3,269 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEH 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEH 


26, 196 
152,422 






134,015 






MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


26,346 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


10,376 




































5,074 








1,447 





















56 



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T»8LE 4--00MESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS--CONT INUEO 
SHIPPING »Pf» BY RECEIVINC AREA 

CALENOAR TEAR 1981 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(COOE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(COOE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1111) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(COOE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(COOE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 
PETROLEUM 
PRODUCTS 


RECEIVING AREA 


(CODES 
24U, 
2421, 
2441) 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


5,251 


9,824 
11,747 
















OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 










21,707 


11,270 

1,666 
18,116 

1,679 
94,619 

296,955 




TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 






















































1,182 
608,606 

21,141 


1,657 
1,159,824 

2,452 






1,623 

946,494 

41,632 
17,724 


49,569 
99,063 

1,111 






118,541 


128,711 

108,503 


10,447 


22,621 


SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS/ 
GULF INTRAC0A3TAL WATERWAY' 
•PALACHEE bAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


ESCAMBIA AND CONECUH RIVERS, 














11 

10,124 
















9,419 








199,102 
4,476 

162,801 


14,865 






A|_ABAMA-C003A RIVERS, ALA. AND 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER* LA., TO 


20,422 


87,154 


9,029 


2,109 








1,109 


GULF INTRAC0A3TAL WATERWAY' 
PLAQUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY 






12,791 




21,028 


6,464 


40,214 

10,417 

21,161 

215,072 

31,664 

118,285 

18,610 
11,015 

7,751 






56,077 




14,171 

2,77* 

17,084 

58,679 

1*1,277 

11,5*1 

28,594 
45,112 

5,646 


MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIQUE 














9,694 
117,827 
167,048 

51,475 

11,560 
105,141 

26, 186 

2,010 




120,161 


130,792 

247,941 

1,048,382 

48,438 

28,663 
494,333 

353,218 


12,291 

4,160 
152,220 

5,591 


2,111 

6,414 
41,251 

1,441 

8,72* 
4,554 

4,762 


SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--- 


79,953 
85,296 


17,838 
91,832 


25,067 


GULF INTRAC0A3TAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 




13,510 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUOING NEW 


15,147 
11,149 
21,241 






2,576 




2,726 


mississippi river' mouth of 
Ohio river to but not including 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOuTH Of 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 










2,115 
1,106 


28,909 
10,705 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 








16,032 


2,444 




5,454 

69,4*6 
1,114 

5,454 










8,544 
10,640 

2,775 

5,734 

3,237 




17,435 
18.1S7 


2,728 








5,486 


1,11* 

64,786 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 




1,261 




OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 










OHIO RIVER* ENGINEER OlSTRlCT, 


1,046 


11,858 
2,262 




1,840 




6,701 


26,754 


3,*** 

6,859 


Cumberland river, tenn. and ky.« 














662 


1,925 


110 
49,693 
































5,454 








41,441 
767,113 

4,116 
265,065 

4,902 

41,826 
118,109 






33,630 

2,896,801 


22,072 
214,611 


56,614 
141,181 




306,691 


856,887 


255,501 


147,672 


508,351 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 SABINE 
RIVER TO GALVESTON, TEXAS/ 
















116 




GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTt, 
















GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 
































116 
1,814 




GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


15,517 


4,717 


7,064 




5,330 
18,148 


6,678 




APALACMICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 
























37,769 




122,845 


4,475 


2,452 






46,766 


711 


6,744 











DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



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TABLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS--CONT INUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(COOE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(COOE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(COOES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NED 


2,558 

4,244 










1,705 
108,992 






925 


CULF INTRACOASTAL HATER*AY» 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER/ LA., TO 


12,928 




7,908 








gulf intracoastal haternay' 

PLAOuEMINE to MORGAN city 






660 
11,863 


2,066 






23,116 


3,820 
1,301 


6,859 






143,226 


434 










MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIOUE 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA.— 
SABINE-NECMES HATERHAY, TEXAS--- 
6ULF INTRACOASTAL HATERNAY' 
SABINE «IVER TO GALVESTON, 


81,036 

7,639 

172,350 
















14,616 
344,541 


2,447 
104,619 


9,571 


73,332 


73,097 
213,745 

12,901 
2,479,023 

114,649 

166,133 
270,613 

1,833,891 


14,306 
81,473 

1,663 

89,960 

12,465 

14,171 
13,969 

251,004 

3,915 

4,627 

1,910 
3,930 

32,306 


2,695 

43,530 


66,905 
37,567 






GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS—— — 
6ULF INTRACOASTAL NATERMAY 1 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


1,055,872 

11,612 

73,<61 
59,010 

251,060 


371,676 

122,338 

10,949 
15,992 

250,785 


327,870 

48,790 

498,000 
7,356 

23,238 


23,716 


43,743 
1,423 


86,422 

86,577 

72,264 
104,967 

26,327 


76,255 

26,294 

53,765 
14,001 

75,102 


GJLF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


7,814 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NE" 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' RATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEH 






9,914 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER* MOUTM OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


22,59< 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 


4,047 
10,370 










1,676 

24,125 
1,431 

1,413 
13,537 
53,225 

1,204 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


48,936 
























OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


8,319 
8,270 
2,765 














Ohio river 1 engineer district. 




1,009 






21,146 
13,036 




OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


13,543 






19,619 


2,912 
5,401 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 








CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND XV.- 




2,365 






















446 






MONONCAHELA RIVER, PA, ANO 












3,391 


















5,332 

70,517 


78,532 

48,903 


13,155 




1,696 
























12,524 






4,512 
1,227,714 


1,400 

1,024,040 




2,153 

130,565 




41,092 
682,679 


20,450 
681,942 




1,935,787 


78,67! 


5,525,816 

1,366 
2,379 
5,230 


427,029 


GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS/ 


CULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA, , TO N£M 


















gulf intracoastal haterhay' 
mississippi river, la., to 






1,226 














10,347 

5,188 

11,569 














CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA.— 
SABINE-NECHES HATERHAY, TEXA3--- 
GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
SABINE RIVER TO GALVESTON, 




18,887 






14,412 
2,593 

3,493 
546,307 

3,369 

45,672 






9,908 
9,080 


























91,842 

1,300 

51,249 


35,532 
3,677 


42,808 

30,855 

122,769 
3,678 

6,318 






33,513 

5,511 

19,742 
6,932 


7,006 


49,036 
1,012 


GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 






GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


2,26< 


2,327 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEH 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NE" 








24,822 








20,266 

36,825 

12,192 

696, 124 


2,600 


34,263 


Ohio river' engineer district. 










monongahEla river, pa. and 




















196,317 


39,209 


226,541 


2,262 


2,327 


65,698 


9,806 


103,301 





58 



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TABLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS--CONT INUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENOAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(COOE 
2411) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2414) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(COOE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(COOE 
2413) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(COOE 

2415) 


NAPHTHA 
(COOE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 

(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 
PETROLIU* | 
PRODUCTS 
(COOEI 

291S, 1 

2911, 

2991) I 


RECEIVING AREA 


GULF INTRACCU3TAL WATERWAY' CORPUS 
CHRISTI, TEXAS, TU THE MEXICAN 
BORDER/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY* 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


2U8,<IU7 






11,237 


























2,541 






3,684 
















11,63a 




















2,204 
19,469 


55,018 
7,340 




26,244 

45,042 








sabine-neches waterway, Texas—, 
gulf intracoastal waterway' 

SAfllNE RIVER TO GALVESTON, 


25,409 


13,534 




160,234 




15,456 

1,653 

47,154 

1,158 

41,157 

15,121 






558,512 

3,692 

852,568 
10,288 

2,5411 


547,878 

150,758 

323,714 
5,244 

54,163 


183,351 

13,754 

318,586 
6,660 

52,412 


250,476 

1,6 78 

72,306 




1,277,088 

16,486 

1,173,563 
14,806 

100,703 

25,405 

11,217 


377,135 
1,150 

92,324 

60,9*4 

19,795 


23,670 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


12,864 
11,615 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


20 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


9,153 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 
















OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 












9,672 






















4,21* 
















2,726 

724,405 

3,354 






1,713,344 
44,336 


1, 144,030 
8,383 


596,636 


407,408 
2,664 


24,674 


2,646,654 

9,407 
4,221 


23,690 


148,670 
1,257 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 

ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES/ 
GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


APAUACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND 












33,421 
38,915 

3,013 

11,329 

1,500 












42, *S* 




137,584 




11,361 




21,864 

35,695 

115,051 






GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEw 












iNNtfcHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, 
































WATERWAY FROM EMPIRE, LA., TO 




251,762 

352,925 
152,396 














GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 


4,642 
7,369 


135,754 
2,176 






49,526 
181,891 

7,100 

473 

53,947 

43,893 

5,192 
1,681,156 

525,215 




















ouChIta and black rivers* ark. 












AND LA. 






44,785 
177,915 
807,592 


















7,468 
5,688 












14,094 












GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


3,966 
65,122 

22,286 

9,512 










MISSISSIPPI RIVER* NEW 
ORLEANS, LA,, TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA,, TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 


16,382 
31,648 
50,206 


665,585 
1,972,278 






72,671 

36,454 

2,656 




5,219 

426,924 






1,511 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


6,370 




25,952 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER* MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


12,880 
1,420,638 




6,609 
55,460 






2,600 
47,585 


1,400 
17,326 












OHIO RIVER* ENGINEER OISTRICT, 


3,094 










OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 






5,961 








TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN,, ALA. 


42,514 


15,776 






















7,423 






















1,360 
2,671 






444,165 


369,879 


5,863,756 


36,645 





2,810,266 


115,137 


so4.a«« 







DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



59 



TABLE 4--0OME3TIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PR00UCTS--CONTINUEO 
DIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING ARE* 

C*LEN0*R TEAR 108J 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING *RE* / 


GASOLINE 
CCOOE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHEH 

PETROLEUM 

PHODUCTS 

(COOES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING ARE* 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 
ORLEANS, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL MATERNAV 
APALACHEE SAY, FLA., TO MOBILE 


117,728 


8,900 








30,413 

14,191 

21,944 

161,324 

55,462 

67,672 




45,651 


12,036 


APALACMICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE ANO 














13,235 

29,434 

1, 104 

96,785 












3,631 
26,997 

6,766 

1,636 




117,460 


35,083 










GULF INTRACOASTAL rtATERwAV 
MOBILE BAY. ALA,. TO NEm 










GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER* LA., TO 


21,50(1 












GULF INTRACOASTAL MATERWAY' 
PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY 










18,804 




109,231 
154,400 


a, 000 

31,000 

4,132 

57,536 

162,494 

5,348 


880,688 






135,677 

11,016 
109,839 
142,170 
481,169 

7,121 

15.355 

1, 061,024 

1, 109,381 

52,711 

3,497 

210,947 




19,330 


OUCHlTA ANO BLACK RIVERS* ARK. 












41,486 

31,340 

414,778 








5,548 
20,206 
48,291 

6,490 

5,810 




SA8INE-NECHE3 WATERWAY, TEXAS — - 


66,878 
1,208,404 


7,645 
145,810 




4,509 
26,220 


7,813 
123,358 


11,205 


GULF INTRACOASTAL MATERHAT' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 


BULF INTRACOASTAL NATERNAT' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


S, 060 
227,727 

117, 75« 

1, 115, 889 

10,434 

67,307 

21,000 

8,100 

159,051 

S3, 0(13 


73,389 

102,665 

373,249 

211,993 

1,703 

87,187 






12,169 

43,905 

1,131 


12,513 
7,256 

48,265 

209,316 

6,632 

35,119 

41,036 
36,851 
60,077 

69,587 

21,805 

28,312 

10,298 
24,220 


MISSISSIPPI RIvEfl' NEM 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING N£M 


461,820 
175,238 

496,570 




988 


82,387 
97,755 


94,321 


Mississippi rive"' mouth of 
ohio river to but not including 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 






24,514 

5,397 
6,671 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


11,722 






31,350 


TAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.--" 






43,000 
11,869 

43,381 

2,200 

38,439 

39,653 








27,306 
148,426 

27,175 

18,175 

22,974 
11,592 






881,820 






495 




OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


18,873 




16,876 


OHIO RIVER 1 ENGINEER DISTRICT, 








OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


8,620 








2,908 


35,329 
1,722 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 








CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY.- 


1,288 

4,326 

28,025 
























MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND 


















11,725 
3,140 








4,481 






27,953 














24,672 
















40, 7ob 

111,064 

18,498 














550,564 


6,899 


19,587 






























3,335 
9,595 

392,819 








35,410 
3,170,791 






25,525 
4,527,131 


14,110 
143,696 


7,614 
1,016,729 

25,657 


TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA--------- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO 
RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON 
ROUGE, LA./ 


3,625,633 


1,756,025 


352,470 


12,193 




2,620 




2,249 
355,700 


























GULF INTR*CO*ST*L hATERHAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 










14,592 
18,089 

71 ,486 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEM 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEl) 


16,610 

3,100 

152,128 

10,650 


12,533 

26,580 
181,103 








9,890 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


3,500 










7,105 
28,164 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 





























60 



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TABLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM ANL PETROLEUM PR0DUCTS--C0NT I NUEO 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING ARIA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUOE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 
PETROLEUM 
PRODUCTS 


RECEIVING ARFA 


(COOES 
2918, 
2921, 
2991) 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


14,626 

8,800 

451,795 

12,650 










39,837 






6,212 


YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.---- 


700 
234,459 

16,451 












4,670 












25,105 
3,273 
6,356 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 






8,430 






OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 












TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA, 




16,570 
48,068 














Cumberland RivtR, tenn. and ky.- 


76,405 




























6,198 
41,208 

149,278 














13,219 
165,653 

16,691 


12,481 
22,371 






749,384 


536,464 

1,129 

29,792 

1,312 

2,456 

30,967 


366,119 
20,539 








*ISSISS1PPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 
RIVER/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUOING NEW 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 


85,645 

17,702 
2,059 

98,501 

55,640 

23,048 

5,218 












MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 














2,971 
















OHIO RIVER' ENRlNtEH DISTRICT, 
















TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN,, ALA. 


















11,387 








2,999 


























5,073 
25,612 
















287,813 


77,043 






19,690 






2,971 
3,436 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER* MINNEAPOLIS* 
MI^N., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER/ 






















7,566 
57,960 
23,699 

64,776 
294,900 






SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--- 


1,649 
15,608 




197,623 








1,363 
2,842 

6,966 
3,375 




1,550 


3,263 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NUT INCLUDING NEW 










24,815 


55,613 

6,640 

68,116 

192,663 

15,547 

87,838 


48,461 








74,096 

2,900 

25,050 

441,582 
40,014 

226,242 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 






1,750 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 


121,649 
626,977 


8,732 




1,650 


8,279 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


2,535 








86,713 




44,614 
34,405 
11,719 






ohio river' engineer district, 


112,763 


7,857 








OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 










OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 




23,392 










1,307 




TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 














171,317 


Cumberland river* tenn. and ky.- 
monongahela river, pa. and 




9,375 
9,936 






























rt . VA. 
















181,897 

166,236 

41,247 

37,196 

3,500 

163,120 




110,637 
5,129 


40,715 
3,235 


4,930 






11,580 


















































5,338 
1,024,565 


7,160 
521 ,980 


11,500 
357,959 






51,336 
610,834 


2,612 

4,362 

2,251 






13,655 


1,650 


15,853 


YAZ03 RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS./ 




GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 












46,368 






MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




7,183 



































DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



61 



T»8LE ^--DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM ANr PETROLEUM PRODUCTS — CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BT RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR |983 

U"< TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(COOE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUK 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING ARtA 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TC HUT NOT INCLUDING 


5,600 


















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH PF MISSOURI 










40,040 
4.0S7 

90, 465 




















1,791 
4,042 








5,600 


7, 183 












ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK./ 








36,613 
2, 120 






















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEM 












402,657 

4, 109 
6,060 

11,793 

11,592 

436,211 




10,906 


MISSISSIPPI RIVEN' MINNEAPOLIS* 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


































OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, 




4, 708 












5,454 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 


















4,708 










38,733 


16,362 
6,037 


*OLF RIVER, TENN./ 


























1,750 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO 6UT NOT INCLUDING NEN 




3,211 
3,807 

60,590 
9,641 

32,852 






















16,684 

7, 144 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 


87,066 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 










8,002 








TAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.---- 


18,800 
104,341 

11,027 














27,396 

51,589 








598 
32,091 








OHIO KlVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 














OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 










1,691 




OHIO RIVER' ENGINEEH DISTRICT, 




11,196 

6,647 
23,200 














TENNESSEE RIvErt, TENN., ALA. 


15, 189 
188,642 
















CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY.- 








2,800 


















1,321 




1 ,447 
426,514 


















230, 129 








67,319 


1,750 


1,69 1 


7,358 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 

LOUISVILLE/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL NATERNAr' 
APALAChEE BAT, FLA., TO MOBILE 




3,973 




SABINE-NECHES HATERHAV, TEXAS"- 


34,433 
1,418 
































GJLF INTRACOASTAL nATERltAT' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 
















1,224 


MISSISSIPPI RIvER' NE" 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEK 












11,594 
20,910 
50,933 




















6,345 

2,900 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO HUT NOT INCLUDING 


3,174 
56,874 

143,510 

5,600 
98,296 

904,567 

276,514 






10,077 

1,971 

12,360 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 


2,815 

49,906 










MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


21, 160 




1,600 






75,323 












3,280 

407,586 

89,722 




13,197 

78,878 

1 ,924 




4,2«S 

104,674 

22,619 








OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


2,550 


5,909 
1 ,674 


3,000 




24,131 
6,582 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 













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TABLE 4--00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS — CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(COOE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(COOE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREA8E8 
(CODC 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 
PRODUCTS 


DECEIVING AREA 


(COOES 
2916, 
2921, 
2941) 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


40,956 

188,770 

60,071 
125, 160 


1,400 
108,919 

34,153 

1,854 




7,753 
5,807 


1,407 
4,355 


36,517 








(ENNESSEE RIVEN* TENN., ALA. 








11,64* 

9,06* 


CjMBtRLANU RIVER, TENN. AND KY.- 
BIG SANDY RIVER, KY. AND W.VA.-- 


8,223 


13,755 






11,554 










MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND 






1,400 






1,679 
94,6*0 

6,397 


















2,900 




3,200 






1,444 
8,568 

278,279 




















1,9(12,543 


699,635 


35,133 


147,494 


13,345 


3,000 




2*0, 1S1 

1,200 
9,691 


OHIO RIVER 1 ENGINEER DISTRICT, 

HUNTINGTON/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MOBILE BAY, ALA,, TO NEW 




GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 
CORPUS CHRI3TI, TEXAS, TO THE 
















5,769 
13,01* 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA,, TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUOING NEW 












23,«7l 

11,403 
















54,345 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 








3,268 
58,925 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 














6,499 

1,332 
16,263 

11,592 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


14,800 






























OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


1,544,260 

670,895 

225,874 

30,117 


460,640 

275,760 

72,037 

3,701 


23,815 

41,415 
63,448 


138, S51 


122,209 
27,115 

14,984 


14,331 

15,741 

89,235 

24,611 
6,180 






OHIO RIVER* ENGINEER DISTRICT, 




45,600 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


184,602 




14,646 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 




22,501 

93,616 


Cumberland river, tenn. and ky.- 
BIG SANOY river, ky. and w.va.-- 












18,312 

461,797 
45,856 

289,243 




467,782 










173,909 




17,252 




14,548 






monongahEla river, pa. and 












111,248 






22,838 


3,073 








W.VA, 










3,241 










2,596 

387,942 






1,362 

15,930 


1,417 
70,552 




3,301, 1S4 
5,113 


1,097,295 


596,460 


204,398 


188,047 


215,64* 

1,170 
2,541 

7,6*1 


OHIO RIVER' engineer district, 

PITTSBURGH/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




7,052 






















1,450 






1,2*1 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 






12,809 




















1,933 




54,036 




OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


12,925 
1,342 

10,645 

4,102 
6,565 

212,235 


9,379 

16,840 
130,612 

7,598 
166,622 












OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


16,547 
54, 190 

34,469 






6,040 
6,846 

17,764 






10,621 
1,666 
2,101 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


1,319 


9,010 




54,150 


1ENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 

BIG SANOY RIVER, KY. AND W.VA.-- 














MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA, AND 






2,073 


4,696 






5,606 




30,920 
148,935 










2S2,927 


338,103 


1,319 


11,083 


38,729 




108,188 


55,451 







DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



63 



TABLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PR0DUCT3--C0NT INUED 
SHIPPING »REA BT RECEIVING ARE* 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(COOE 
2411) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
UILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PEIROLtUM 

PHODUCTS 

(CODES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


TENNESSEE RIVER. TENN., ALA. AND 
KT./ 

OJCHITA AND BLACK RIVERS. ARK. 


11,256 


































6,704 




600 

100 

1,367 

3,160 


4,669 










38,295 




GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 


100 














6,425 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., .TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 
















11,635 
6,198 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISIRICT, 


















TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 




84,000 








325 

1,475 

1,800 










7,592 
7,592 














16,503 
2,897 

3, 436 


88,769 
2,090 






38,295 




30,962 


CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KV./ 








BIC SANDY RIVER, KY. AND N.VA./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 












23,966 

2,859 
51,724 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 
















OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 




3,500 
1,433 








10,831 

1,569 

125,647 

14,259 
12,993 

6,262 


13,477 
12,777 
21,115 


98,415 
22,509 
59,064 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


3,416 








OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 








48,236 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 












CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY,- 
MONONCAHELA RIVER, PA. AND 
















14,878 
52,647 














1,397 

1,713 

18,278 

148, 193 






























14,727 
62,096 

643 






6,852 


4,933 








171,561 


247,513 


KANAWHA RIVER, W.VA./ 








OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 












2,800 
2,158 

4,958 












17,535 
17,535 






















643 






MONONCAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W.VA./ 


7,327 












GULF INTRACOASTAL NATERNAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 
















17,045 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NE« 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 
















1,351 
















1,356 
6,810 




















OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 












2,800 






OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, 






1,650 










66,056 
19,951 
10,908 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 


1,352 


28,951 






14,832 






TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 
























1,342 






MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. ANO 


4,095 
12,774 


3,953 

32,904 

1,413 
















1,650 






18,974 




1,351 
8,897 


122,126 


ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA./ 

MISSISSIPPI PIVER' NEK 

ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 






6,307 















64 



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TABLE 4--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRO0UCT8--CONTINUE0 
SHIPPING AREA BT RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2.000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CUNTINUED) / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUOE 

PETROLEUM 

(COOE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
0MEA8E8 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 
PETROLEUM 
PROOUCTI 

(cooes 

2918, 
2921, 
2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NUT INCLUDING NEW 
















10,514 
1,109 




OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, 


















OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 




2,686 








1,602 

3,409 






TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 




















1,997 
22,236 
28,532 

4,556 






1,025 
3,358 
4,383 








MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND 








1,225 
6,236 
















6,307 


20,520 




MISSOURI RIVER/ 










ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL./ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 










11,069 












57,966 
1,287 

3,929 






9,484 










17,144 














GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 


2,650 
234,236 

33,677 

6,515 


8,486 






74,996 
2,130 
18,438 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO 


146,280 
3,285 




21,326 

5,048 








MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


13,317 








11,6)6 


OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 








OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, 










8,072 
46,474 








TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 




















197,214 
34,234 


21,245 

16,671 

2,314 

97,768 

350, 745 




















2,124 




























106,677 
128,480 






46,176 
207,355 


7,667 
7,667 




1,657 
11,293 

11,101 




525,670 




37,982 




BLACK RIVER, WIS./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 






LAKE ERIE/ 












2,318 

81,872 

23,892 
9,275 






DETROIT AND ROUGE RIVERS, MICH./ 

DETROIT AND ROUGE RIVERS, MICH.- 

LAKE MICHIGAN/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW 
ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW 




3,420 












































MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING 














5,234 

17,025 
25,742 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


53,398 


12,386 


6,600 










111,910 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 












5,752 
2,295 

61,445 


9,532 












12,916 








8,189 
41,356 

30,139 








21,918 


6,600 








46,001 


144,826 


PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL./ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 




















975 
15,337 














10,307 








2,616 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE 


6,200 



























DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



65 



table «--oohestic inland movements of petroleum and petroleum products--continued 
shipping area bt receiving arta 

calendar year 1983 

(in tons of 2,000 pounds) 



SHIPPING AREA CCC fTINJED) / 


GASOLINE 
(COOE 
2911) 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2914) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(COOE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(COOE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 

2918, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, 
LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEN 


10,800 




1,800 
306,770 
287,127 






118,541 
59,607 
27,871 






27,900 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF 
MISSOURI RIVER TO MQUTM OF OHIO 


2,636 
2,000 










MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS* 
MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI 


17,100 










12,706 
7,350 
























1,966 






Ohio river 1 engineer district, 


3,200 
















Ohio river 1 engineer district. 


1,375 
3,942 


1,233 






64,127 
15,111 








Ohio river* engineer district, 












4,058 
6,533 


TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. 




















46,024 






4,128 
















1,400 
8,352 

26,064 








17,300 

40,368 
109,063 


173,019 
182,974 

117,244 
239,472 


111,357 

754,311 

15,296 
3,586,786 


10,307 


6,716 

6,718 


414,020 
738,815 

4,344, 199 
2,245,970 




1,945 
63,332 

24, 140 
336 




LOS ANCELES ANO LONG BEACH 
HARBORS, CALIF./ 

LOS ANGELES ANO LONG BEACH 


4,685 
34,693 


SAN FRANCISCO BAT AREA/ 


180,359 
34,210 

214,569 














109,083 


239,472 


3,566,766 




2,245,970 
158,619 

40,460 




34,693 


336 


SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, CALIF./ 






COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, HASH., 
TO THE MOUTH/ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, 




125 
50,035 
27,929 
13,975 
92,064 

40,225 
33,626 














COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO 
MlLLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, 


76,306 

17,910 

5,649 

100,065 

5,121 

79,820 

310 

85,551 

19,094 




















426 








SNAKE RIVER, OREG., NASH, ANO 






















40,888 








COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS 
TO KENNEMCK, NASH./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO 

"ILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, 
















2,238 












SNAKE RIVER, OREG., MASH, ANO 
















73,853 
65,295 




2,238 












MlLLAMETTE ANO YAMHILL RIVERS, 
OREG./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, 






474,855 
50,746 
57,936 

159,546 
5,758 

748,841 

2,654,050 








COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, 














COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO 
MlLLAMETTE ANO YAMHILL RIVERS, 


430,602 

26, 115 

1,297 

507,138 

522,432 

31,423 

4,065 
10 

4,075 


460,967 
40,843 
21,049 

586,154 

626,206 

113,406 

16,049 
725 

16,774 




17,768 
630 




















SNAKE RIVER, OREG., NASH, AND 
















16,616 

236,051 

14, 199 

2,013 










PUGET SOUND AND TRIBUTARY MATERS/ 
PUGET SOUND ANO TRIBUTARY 


576,328 






761 
25 


927 
1,622 


SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA/ 






PRINCE MILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA/ 

PRINCE MILLIAM SOUNO, AlASKA---- 


























2,013 



























66 



Watel&olne ^omtnetce of ike ^United ///«/«*, 4983 



TABLE <l--DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS--CONT I NUEO 
SHIPPING AREA RT RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


GASOLINE 
(CODE 
2911] 


DISTILLATE 

FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2919) 


CRUDE 

PETROLEUM 

(CODE 

1311) 


JET FUEL 
(CODE 
2912) 


KEROSENE 
(CODE 
2913) 


RESIDUAL 
FUEL OIL 

(CODE 

2915) 


NAPHTHA 
(CODE 
2917) 


LUBRI- 
CATING 
OILS AND 
GREASES 
(CODE 
2916) 


OTHER 

PETROLEUM 

PRODUCTS 

(COOES 

2916, 

2921, 

2991) 


RECEIVING AREA 


ALASKA PENINSULA/ 


15,952 


13,720 


I,n*,s2« 












1,395 
2,522 

5,6*7 
22,27* 

7,499 
















15,952 


13,720 


1,116,829 












YUKON RIVER, ALASKA/ 












BERING SEA PORTS, ALASKA/ 
OAHU, HAWAII/ 


1,597 


10,115 

161 

3,753 


























PUERTO RICO/ 





































DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



67 



TABLE 5--00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF IRON 4N0 STEEL 
SHIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING AREA 



CALENDAR TEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2.000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IPON 
(CODE 
3311) 



IRON AND 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(CODE 
1011) 



IRON ANO 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODE 3311) 



IRON 

AND STEEL 

FINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 3315, 

3316. 3319) 



IRON AND 

STEEL PIPE 

AND TUBE 

(CODE 3317) 



TOTAL. ALL SHIPPING AREAS 

PORT OF nEh YORK, n.Y. A*D N.J./ 

PORT OF NEN YORK, N.Y. AND N.J." 

UPPER HUDSON RIVER, N.Y./ 

PORT OF NEW YORK, N.Y. AND N.J." 



DELAWARE RIVER' NEW JERSEY SIDE/ 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT. CHARLESTON- 



267, 102 
1,796 

211,799 



DELAWARE RIVER' PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE SIDE/ 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, SAVANNAH- 
ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA."---"-""--"" — — — — — — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA----------- — "— --------------------- 

BALTIMORE. HARBOR AND CHANNELS, M D.,' 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON- 
SAVANNAH RIVER, GA. --------"""•-"— -" — .- — "" — —-.-. 

ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA.———— ...... .——.... 



2.700 



TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA. 



HAMPTON ROADS. VA./ 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON. 

CAPE FEAR RIVER, N.C./ 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON- 



2,700 

31,132 

6,287 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, CHARLESTON/ 
CHRISTINA RIVER, DEL .— — —— — ————— — 

ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA.—- — - — — — — — — — — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA* 



SAVANNAH RIVER, CA./ 

CAPE FEAR RIVER, N.C— ---" — — — — - ——— — -" -• 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER OISTRICT. CHARLESTON- 
SAVANNAH RIVER. GA."" — — — — — — — — — ——— — ...... 

ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA.— — - ....... .......... ............... 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLA./ 

INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER TO ANCLOTE RIVER, FLA. 



ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE/ 
ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, JACKSONVILLE" 



INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER TO ANCLOTE RIVER, FLA./ 

DELAWARE RIVER' NEW JERSEY SIDE- — - — — — - — -— — .-..— — 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER OISTRICT, CHARLESTON"" 
ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, SAVANNAH — — 



TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA- 



11.159 
11,159 



CULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE BAY, ALA./ 

WARRIOR RIvER SYSTEM- — — -- — — .— — — — ——— — — — - ---. 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.-"- — — — — — — — ......... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 

TEX. .... 

3ABINE-NECHE3 WATERWAY, TEXAS- — — — — — — ——— — — — — — 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS .............. ........ ..................... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES--- ...... ....... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS. 
L «. ........ .................. ... ................. . 



2.850 



8,633 
1 ,101 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



GULF OF MEXICO/ 

GULF OF MEXICO- — ————— 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA. 



TO SABINE RIVER, 



TEX. 

BAYOU VERMILION, LA.. — ...--- — --" 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS. LA.— — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



1,235 
17,122 

119 
1,650 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA. 



10 
1,809 



WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM/ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM-— .......................................... ... 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, L A. ————... — — — — — . 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER. 



3,891 



TEX. 

SABINE-NECMES WATERWAY, TEXAS------------ - - ---------- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS------ ..—-.—. — .. ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY ...... .-.-..-- — .... 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA . ——— ————— 

LAKE MICHIGAN.."--- — ..................... ............ 



1,219 
2,817 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



S.671 
5,671 



656,325 



2,611 
2,962 



2,621,637 



1,010 
11,609 



29,699 

21,197 



883 
18,565 



19,118 
1,150 



5,871 
16,185 



31,152 

11,818 
3,305 

19,173 
2,103 

71,181 



356 

50 



50 
2,326 



1,100 
1,000 
2,100 



36,688 

13,150 

10 

916 

26 

51,320 
21,637 



100 
5,919 



68 



°Mate>i&o\ne ^omtnetce of Ike United SPtateb, 4983 



TABLE 5 — DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF IRON AND 8TEEL--C0NT INUED 
SHIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENOAR YEAR 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2.000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 



RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IPON 
CCODt 
3311) 



IRON AND 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(COOE 
4011) 



IRON AND 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PROOUCTS 

(CODE JJ14) 



IRON 

AND STEEL 

FINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 1515. 

3)16. 1314) 



IRON AND 

STEEL PIPE 

AND TUBE 

(CODE 3317) 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 MUBILE BAY, ALA,. 10 NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO HEW ORLEANS, LA.- 
INNERHAR80R NAVIGATION CANAL, LA ..-- — ----- — --.-- — - — ........... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES — — — - — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK. --.------ — — -..- — — — — ...- — -..- — — — ..-. - 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PI HSBURGH— — - . — - — -.-. — — .... 

BLACK RIVER, WIS.--------" ............ ................ 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL .----------- — -------.----..-----.------...- - 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



PEARL RIVER, MISS. AND LA./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA. 



3,5ei 

2,156 

4,611 

1,566 

13,339 

33,606 



1,518 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 



40 
1,664 



INNERMARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA./ 

3ABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS-.-.."..-...-.-... ...-....—.-...-. 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS ----... — -.--..—- — — .- .. ............ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



4,299 
1,400 



LA.-" — . ..-...-...-.-.-- — ...... ............................. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 
LA.-. ..... ................................... .................. 

arkansas river, ark .----- — ...- — .— ............................ ....... 

ohio river' engineer district, louisv ille"- — ---- — ---. — — -..-. — — - 
monongahela river, pa. and w.va. ----- « --—-.-........-.----.....—.-—. 

illinois river, ill.—— ———————— —————— 

port of chicago, ill.--- — . ———— — 



3,305 



1.439 



2.459 
5,287 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,029 
2,118 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, TEX./ 

GULF OF MEXICO—- — ————— — — ——— — 

LAKE MAUREPAS, LA ,—- — — ---- — — ...- — — -..-..--.-....-...-. — -- — . 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



TEX. 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAQUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE, LA. 
ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA .— — — — — . — — — — ---— ........... 

BAYOU VERMILIUN, LA .--..--- — ..--.--- — -. — -- — - — ............. 

MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIQUE AND BAYOU OES CANNES, LA. ------- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS- — --- — -- — —— — - — --— ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — — — ... 



240 
1,344 



541 
125 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE, LA./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA ,—-. — — — — - — - — —— ......... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



1,628 
4,350 



TEX. 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAQUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE, LA. 

TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA .......-.-...-.....-.-.......-.-.. 



4,350 



ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA./ 

GULF OF MEXICO- — — - ....................... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA. 
TEX.-- .— .... .......................... 



TO SABINE RIVER, 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — — "...--. — -.-. — — ..- 

INLAND WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO MERMENTAU RIVER, LA./ 

INLAND WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO MERMENTAU RIVER, LA.— — »•• 
BAYOU VERMILION, LA. - — - — — — — — — --- — — ...... 

MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIQUE AND BAYOU DES CANNES, LA,- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA" . — — ———. — — ——— — — — 

BAYOU VERMILION, LA./ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



INLAND WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO MERMENTAU RIVER, LA.— — — • 
MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIQUE AND BAYOU DES CANNES, LA. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIQUE ANO BAYOU DES CANNES, LA./ 

GULF OF MEXICO-.. — ... — -....-..—...— . — -.-- — ................ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



INLAND WATERWAY, FRANKLIN TO MERMENTAU RIVER, LA. 
BAYOU VERMILIUN, LA. — — . ————— . 



TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA- 



CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA./ 

GULF OF MEXICO- — — — — -.... — .-.- — .-.- — — .-. 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA. 



75 



TO SABINE RIVER, 



CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA.- 
TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA — — — - 



75 



5,491 



5,491 



528 



54,529 
59 

4,666 
962 

35 

4,376 

690 



3,213 

68,432 



200 
70 

270 

2,972 

10 

2,982 



70 
70 

250 



12,238 

420 
530 

13,188 



1,200 

1,000 

320 

2,770 



3,369 



270 
25 



3,664 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



69 



•DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF IRON AND STEEL- 
SHIPPING AREA BT RECEIVING AREA 



CALENDAR YEAN 1983 



(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IRON 
ICOCE 
3311) 



IRON AND 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(CODE 
1011) 



IRON AND 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODE 331<4) 



IRON 

AND STEEL 

FINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 3315, 

3316, 3319) 



IRON AND 

STEEL PIPE 

AND TUBE 

(CODE 3317) 



SABINE-NECHES (iATERhAY, TEXAS/ 

GULF OF MEXICO ....... ............ . ................ 

GALVESTON BAT, TEXAS-"-" — •- — .-.—........-. ——.. ....... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVEN' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 



LA......... ... .......... ............... 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river- 
mulf river, tenn. --------- ------.—-- — -..- — - — -— —.-..-. — - 

onio river' engineer district, pittsburgh------ ...... .—.—..— 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky.— .—----.-.-- ........... 

Cumberland river, tenn. and kt.— ----------------- ........ 

illinois river, ill.-- — — — ........— ..—...— —..—.. 

lake michigan-------- .- — .-.....-.-. ... ... 

port of chicago, ill.----------- - — — .-. . .... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA---- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS/ 

GULF UTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' 

■ARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM------------- 

GULF INTRACOA3UL HATERHAY' MOBILE BAY, 
1NNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA. ------ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



APALACHEE BAY, FLA. 

ALA 



TO MOBILE BAY, ALA. 



TO NEM ORLEANS, LA. 



TEX.— - • 

ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA ..-.--.-..-. — .-. — .....- — ...... .—..--— — 

SA81NE-NECMES HATERHAY, TEXAS----— —-—----—— ................ 

GULF INTRAtOAsrAL HAfERHAY' SABINE RIVER TU GALVESTON, TEXAS- — — — -" 

GALVESTON BAY, "TEXAS- ..- — -.-.-...-..-.—. ——....-.-.-.- — . 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE MEXICAN BORDER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 

LA.— .................. . .......... ........... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUOING BATON ROUGE, 

LA. ....-...— — — ...-.--.--.--....- — .-.-..--. .................... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- — -- 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE- .. — — --.- — ..-. — - 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH-------- ................. 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND H. VA .------.....-.--..-.-- — -- — -..-----— . 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA.------ ......... ... ... ....... .... 

LAKE MICHIGAN-....---....-------.- — -- — .......... .................... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.- — -—-- -..—. — — ..... ........ 



1,372 



1 ,425 
4,498 



1.881 
1,478 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS/ 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA,-.------------------------.— ...... ........ 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS----------- ---------------------------------------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY 1 GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS---- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE MEXICAN BORDER- 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON----. ............. .... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH--- ............. 



300 

1,680 

106 



1,400 
1,590 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE MEXICAN RORDER/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE BAY, ALA.-- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS---------------------------------- - ------------- - 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS----------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO THE MEXICAN BORDER- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER 

TENNESSEE RIVER, tenn., ALA. AND KY.----— —--—--—— .............. 



total. Shipping area- 



1,492 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEM ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES/ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO MOBILE BAY, ALA, 

GULF OF MEXICO .............................................. 

H ARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM- — ---- — — — — — — ------ — — -- — -- — -- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY 1 MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEH ORLEANS, LA.— 
INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA ..---.---.-..... — --.--- ........... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



2,17? 



TEX. 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA.-.. — — .--.--..--- ......... ... 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS----------------- . — .. — --.........- — — .. — .- — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEH ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — -----.-- — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUOING BATON ROUGE, 

LA... ..... ..... .. ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER------- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS. MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER 

YAZOO RIVER ANO MOUTH, MISS.----------------- — -—---------- — ----- 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK....* — ...... — ...................................... 

HOLF RIVER, TENN.-------------- — — --.—.- — .- — -..---.-—. .......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE .......... .. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON------- — ...................... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH ...... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY. ..... 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY. 

KANAHHA RIVER, *. V» .----------------- -------------------------- — ....... 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND H.VA..--- — ........ — ........................ 

MISSOURI RIVER ....... ........ 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. ............ . . 

LAKE MICHIGAN-. — — -. — ...................... .................... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.------------------- — — — .— — — -—.- — — 



1 ,600 
1 ,600 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



2,995 



6,796 



35, 


680 


7, 


208 


25 


842 


4 


907 


1 


398 


23 


472 


9 


954 


6 


438 


119 


798 


3 


788 


1 


ouo 


6 


,200 




806 


41 


tSii 


i 


,5/9 


1 


,57/ 


1 


,764 



1,271 

2.916 



16,330 
7,112 



12,084 

10,909 

1 ,124 



11,247 

11,388 

5,438 



4,522 

18,387 

1,606 



2,561 
71B 

684 
6,821 

124,575 



1,639 
3,538 
3,153 



?,*.4<1 

2,550 



73,388 



7,505 
I ,338 



20,958 



29,387 
1,593 



3,032 



18,886 
6,934 

22,732 
17,333 
28,796 
13,736 
84,061 
55,653 
84,489 
699 
20,575 
17,167 
49,604 
1,103 



21 ,940 

5,736 

8,674 

141,235 

654,323 



70 



Watex&olne Wo mmeice of the United SPtateb, 4983 



TABLE 5 — DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF IRON AND STEEL — CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA Br RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 146} 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IRON 
(CODE 
3311) 



IRON AND 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(COOE 
4011) 



IRON AND 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PROOUCTS 

(COOE 3314) 



IRON 

AND STEEL 

FINISHED 

PROOUCTS 

(COOES 3315, 

3316, 3319) 



IRON AND 
STECL PlPt 

AND TUBE 
(CODE 3317) 



MISSISSI 

WARRI 
INNER 
SARIN 
GALVE 
MISSI 
MISSI 

LA.— 

MISSI 

LA. 

MISSI 

MISSI 

YAZOO 

ARKAN 

WOLF 

OHIO 

OHIO 

CUMBE 

MONON 

ILLIN 

LAKE 

PORT 



PPI RIVEK' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA./ 

OR RIVER 8YSTFM- — — — — — ———— — — — — — — — — — — — — 

HARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA. — — — — — — — — — — — — ............ 

E-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS ...... .. ... .................. 

STON BAY, TEXAS..-.- — "-.---.---- — — ------ — .--. — .--—. — -- — - — . 

SSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
SSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 



1,554 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES— • — — — —. - 

, TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



SSIPPI RIVER 1 MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 



SSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER- 
SSIPPI RIVER 1 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.--- — — — — — — — — — — ——— — 

SAS RIVER, ARK.----- — — .—— — — — — ————— — ... 

RIVER, TENN. — ——— — —— ...... ....... ............. 

RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE— — — — — — — — 

RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH— — ————— 

RLAND RIVER, TENN. AND K Y .- — - — — — ——— ——— -. 

GAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W. VA .- — — - — — — — — ——— ... 

OIS RIVER, ILL. — ........ .................... 

MICHIGAN-- — — — — — — ....... ......... ........ ........... 

OF CHICAGO, ILL.""""""--"" — — — — — — — — 



2,165 

4,999 



a, 5fcl 
897 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



15,279 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 

LA./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA .——— — . — ................... .. 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--- — — — — ———————— - 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS ————— — ————— ——— — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LA.——— ................ — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 
ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK ,- — — . — ........ 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY.— — ■ 
MQNONGAHELA RIVER, PA. ANO W.VA.— 
ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA .——— — — ...... 



TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER/ 

W AR RI OR RIVER S YS TE M- — -- — — -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — .- — — — — — — . 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA .- — - ——.-— -.......-.-......-..--.. . 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS — - — — — .- — — ....................... .. 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS — -- — — — ——— ——— — — — — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 

LA.— — — — — — ....................... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 
LA. - - — 

mississippi rive"' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river- 
arkansas river, ark.--" — — — ————————— • 

wolf river, tenn.--" — — — — — — — —— — — — — — — — — — . 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, huntington——- — — — — — ....... 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, pi ttsburgh — —— — —— — — — — . 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky.-- — — — — — — ............. 

Cumberland river, tenn. and ky. — ————————. 

monongahela river,' pa. ano w. va. ———————— — — . 

allegheny river, p».-« — — — — — —— — ——— ............ ...... ... 

missouri river—— — .——— ———————— ——.——. 

Illinois river, ill.-—— — — -——-—————————. 

port of chicago, ill .--- — — — --— .................. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., 
INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA." 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 



TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER/ 
TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LA.--- .......... ...................... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK.-.- — ........... .....— ........... ......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH ..................... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY.— ————.—»— ...... 

MISSOURI RIVER — — — — — .......... ........... ............ . 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.—"--" — ————— — ................... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA." 
SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS — — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES --- 

TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LA.— 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK.-" — — — -- — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH- 



23 

2,860 
6,643 
1,676 

9,551 



13,649 
35,242 



4,200 

36,715 

5,911 

2,890 
11,855 



2,958 
3,368 



2,800 
61,138 



1,270 



1,402 
1,476 



8,846 

4,200 
7,085 
8,046 



1,400 
2,841 



32,418 



4,384 
2,924 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA 

WOLF RIVER, TENN./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA. 
SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS- — 
GALVESTOM BAY, TEXAS— ———— — 



11,226 

1,427 

19,961 



4,806 
6,896 
1,441 



3,943 
1,177 



768 
2,235 



1,364 
746 



43,115 
4,511 



452 



1,038 
1,490 



1,460 
1,460 



1,635 
1,3*6 



7,630 



716 
2,943 
1,571 



1,466 
362 

455 



3,733 



959 
2,356 



10,013 
24,096 



11,563 



427 



364 

317 



1,614 



11,097 



1,814 



3,226 

62,564 



691 
4,295 
10,449 
2,141 
1,384 
1,375 
6,582 
1,735 
1,137 



3,331 



4,341 
103,471 



1,400 
1,312 



389 



392 



369 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



71 



TABLE 5--00MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF IRON AND STEEL--CONT I NUEO 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2.000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IRON 
(CODE 
3311) 



IRON AND 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(CODE 
toil) 



IRON AND 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODE 3311) 



IRON 

AND STEEL 

FINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODES 3315, 

3316. 3319) 



IRON AND 

STEEL PIPE 

AND TUBE 

(COOE 3317) 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 
LA." ........ .--.-...- — ...................... . ..... 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
ARKANSAS RIVEN, ARK.-----"".- — - — .-- — — ...-.... — —— ...... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE - — . — -.-.. 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA.--- — — -- — -- — ............................... 



9,858 
16,059 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



6,234 

15,291 



OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE/ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM------------ — . — - — — - — .- — . — ................ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.----- 

INNERMARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA, — — . — . — ------- ........... ........ 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS------------------------- - — — ..-.--. 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS------- --..--.-... .................. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LA. 



i ,100 

38,156 
37,816 
20,337 

11,199 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 
LA.— — — — — — — — ............................ ........... . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER------- 

ARKANSA8 RIVER, ARK ..-..«---..-- — .. — ...- — — — — — ............ 

WOLF RIVER, TENN. -------------------- -—. — ...-...-.— — ——.— 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE--- — — 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON---- — — -. ...... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY.-— -------- ............... — . 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY ,—------ — .-.---.—.-..- — ....——. 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W. V A .—...— ...... .—....— .......... -- 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA. -----------. ----.-----.-.-.-.. .... 

MISSOURI RIVER- ............— ......... ....................... .... 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. — — — -- ———.-.-..-..-.........— — . 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ohio river' engineer oistrict, huntington/ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new orleans, la.- 
innerharbor navigation canal, la . — — — .——.—. — .—..— 

galveston bay, texas------ — — — — — — — — — — — — 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth of ohio river- 
mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river- 
arkansas river, ark.- --...-.-.--.-....-.-. ........................ 

wolf river, tenn.----------------— .—.—— — — .............. 

Ohio river' engineer district, louisville------------------------- 

ohio river' engineer district, pittsburgh-------------- ---- 

Missouri ri ver-—— .--——•—«— .-—.—«•• ------.-.-...-«--. 

port of chicago, ill. — — .—.———— ....—— ...—.—...— 



2,867 

18,891 

5,285 

10,211 

196,522 



1,100 
2,800 
1,798 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,500 



OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH/ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM------------------- ------ . 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA. -.-...-.- .... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, 



LA. 



TO SABINE RIVER, 



TEX. 

BAYOU VERMILION, LA.---------------.------------------ — -------..-... 

MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIQUE ANO BAYOU DES CANNES, LA,- ..... 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS--.----.-. ----.--------.-.--....-.- . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — ---------- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 
LA.—.——-- — — ——— ................ 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 
LA.....-...............— ..... ...... ....... ...... ..................... 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth of ohio river-- — -- 
mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river— --- 
arkansas river, ark.------- — ................................... ------- 

wolf river, tenn.------- — ———--- — — .---——-- — 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, louisville-------- ---- 

ohio river' engineer district, huntington — ----- — ---------- — — 

Ohio river' engineer district, Pittsburgh------------------------------- 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky. ----- — — ----------------------- 

Cumberland river, tenn. and ky. --—.---—--.—.--—--—..--——— 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA ............ ....... .——...-.-...— ... — .... - 

MISSOURI RIVER ....... ...... ... ......... ............... 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN.- — -- - — — — ................ ....... 

LAKE MICHIGAN.--------.-..------------.---.-.-...-----..-----.-----.---. 

PORT OF CHICAGO. ILL.— - — -------.— . 



1,115 
3,811 



13,779 



12,771 
7,129 



5,621 
11,896 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA . ---------- — ........................ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 3ABINF RIVER, 
TEX. - 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF p ASSES---------------- 

MISSIS8IPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 
LA.—— .............. .......... 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS. MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W . V A . ---------------------------------- 

minnesota river, minn.----------------- — ------------------------ 

lake michigan - — ............. 

port of Chicago, ill.------ — 



1.530 
1 ,681 



2,800 
7,138 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



39,171 
2,135 



35,0«1 



1,725 

931 



79,019 



1,763 
1,198 



1.821 
1,223 
5,765 



725 

1,212 
1,116 



1,031 
33,299 



1,103 
1,169 
1 ,967 



1,153 
5,681 
1,626 



2.371 



1.101 
111 



1 ,919 
21,658 



50,608 



1,390 

11,110 

17,160 

831 



5,101 



89,533 



22,778 
13,719 



6,709 
12,909 
16,910 
51,202 
39,211 
29,882 

9,116 



66.118 
20,180 



11,810 

2,083 

281 

31,289 

369,852 



952 



15,177 
1,761 
2,256 

19,562 
1, 162 



1,232 



6,136 

1,000 

11 ,199 



3,136 
21,91 1 



72 



Watel&otne ( €omme%ce of fAe °Unit«d ///a/*>±, 19H3 



TABLE 5 — DOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS Of IRON AND STEEL--CONT INUEO 
SHIPPING AREA 8Y RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 198) 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IRON 
(CODE 
3311) 



IRON ANO 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(CODE 
4011) 



IRON AND 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODE 3314) 



IRON 

AND STEEL 

FINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(COOES 5315, 

3316, 3319) 



IRON ANO 

STEEL PIPE 

ANO TUBE 

(CODE 3317) 



CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.— 
SABINE-NECMES WATERWAY, TEXAS — - — 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 



TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LA. - — ——.-.. ..... ........... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE------------"---. ------- 

OHIO RIVER 1 ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON----- — --— -. — ----.---. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH--------- ——— — ... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY." — - — — -- — — ............. 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO K Y .———.— ".—.— — -— ........ 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W . VA.— — - - — — — -.——— — — 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA .- — -- — — — — — — — — — — — — ——— — ■ 

MISSOURI RIVER------ - ---- - — ——— — ——— — .......... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — — — — — ——— .............. ............ . 

KANAWHA RIVER, W.VA./ 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS — — ——— — — ——— — ....... 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS— — - — — ———— — ———— 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER- 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE— — —————— 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH— ... — — ......... . 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY. — — — — .- —— ........ 

KANAWHA RIVER, W. VA ,— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA .— ——— — — ——— — — .............. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



.VA./ 



MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W. 
WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM— — 
INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.- — - — — — -. 
GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, 



TO SABINE RIVER, 



TEX. 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES——— — 
TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS- 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS--- — - — — " 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA. 
LA.— — — — — — ——— — — — — — ——— — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER" 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER" 
ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK ,— — — — — — — ——— — — — .... 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.-- — — — — — -- — ...................... ........... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE--- — -- — - — — ......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, HUNT INGTON — — — — — — — — — — — - 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH- — -.--—— — ............ 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY .- — — — — — — ....... 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY.- — — — ———————— ...... 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND W. VA .—— — — ——— — . 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.------ — — — — — — — — — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA./ 

GALVESTON BAY, TE XAS- — — — — —————— — — — — ........... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 
LA.— — — .......... ................................. ...... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MISSOURI RIVER/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY .-— ——— — — — 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND K Y .- — .— — — - — . 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.— — — — — ———— — — — - 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAQUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY ROUTE, LA.-— - 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--- — - —— —— — — ——— — — 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS- — — — ——— ——— — — ——— — — ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES- — -—— — .- — - 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LA. 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, 
LA.— — — — — — ...........- — .... — ...-.........- — — — . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER — — -- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER — -—" 
YAZOO RIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.---"-- — —— ——— — — 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK .—— — — — — — .......................... . 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.-------- — — - — -—— .............. ................ .. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE ....... ......... 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY .—— — — — - — — — - — - 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY. — —— — — .--. ... ... — ........... ..... 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.-- — - — . — — . ——— — — —— 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA" 



5,673 

7,04<i 



1, 

65, 

2, 

1, 

10, 

13, 



699 

364 
298 



121,329 



2,800 
1,450 
1,400 



13,602 
1,413 



14,186 
34,851 



6,801 



2,426 
572 



9,575 

65,032 

1,473 



1,450 
2,002 



237,984 
1,263 



2,053 

86,379 

8,677 



245,697 



2,823 

6,000 

53,253 



1,331 

2,800 



11,915 
80,911 



1,723 



833 

520 



3,071 



301 



69! 



75! 



5,16! 

4,16( 

78* 

890 

3,052 

20,200 

4,458 

120,946 

1,386 



9,832 

7,321 

1,169 

779 



6,964 
6,964 



1,286 
1,275 
9,274 

11,835 



9,130 



3,001 
6,211 



484 



5,866 
16,327 

7,196 
12,221 



60,436 



110 



110 



29,282 

1,006 



725 



37,954 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



73 



TABLE 5--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF IRON AND STEEL--CONT INUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1963 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



PIG IRON 
(CODE 
3311) 



IRON AND 
STEEL 
SCRAP 
(COOE 
1011) 



IRON ANO 

STEEL 

SEMIFINISHED 

PRODUCTS 

(CODE 3311) 



IRON 

ANO STEEL 

FINISHED 

PROOUCTS 

(CODES 3315, 

33)6, 3319) 



IRON AND 

STEEL PIPE 

AND TUBE 

(COOE 3317) 



BLACK RIVER, "IS./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 
L ». ............... 



BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



LAKE MICHIGAN/ 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO SABINE RIVER, 



TEX. 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--------------------- - — -.-.-- — ---- — 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS-" — — --- ———- — — --- — — - — ............ ..... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES------ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 

LA. - — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT INCLUOING BATON ROUGE, 

|_A. ........................................... .............. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER-- — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS. MINN., TO MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER"-- — 
YAZOO BIVER AND MOUTH, MISS.- — — — — — — — ............. ............. 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK .- — .. — .................................... ....... 

WOLF RIVER, TENN."-- — .....- — — -.-...-. ....................... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE—— ———— -- 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, HUNTINGTON-- - ----- — — 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY.— ............... ................ 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY .-. — — --- — .-- — - — ..- — -.-.--. — — 
MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. ANO X. VA.- — — . — — — .-——- — — .. — — -. ... 

missouri river-- — — — ---- — — ..--——...-...———-. 

Illinois river, ill.-"------"----———-----——--— -—■ 

minnesota river, minn.--- — .-.-..— — .-. — -.-.. — -. — ---.-.. — . 



5,889 
27,850 
10,112 

22,719 



1,897 

0,730 



3,125 
5,598 



18,022 
Sua 



1,300 
7,070 



788 
1,396 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL./ 

INNERHARBOR NAVIGATION CANAL, LA.------------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, 



TEX. 

SABINE-NECMES WATERWAY, TEXAS- 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS-"-- — — -- — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUSE, LA. 



TO SABINE RIVER, 



77,115 



19,720 



51,697 



TO MOUTH OF PASSES-- — —..--- — -. 

. TO BUT NOT INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, 



117,601 

17,783 

1,656 



LA.—.. 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth of ohio river- 
mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of missouri river- 
arkansas river, ark.- — — — .-.- — .- .............................. . 

wolf river, tenn.-----"------- — — . — — -.-- — ............... 

Ohio river' engineer oistrict, louisville— — .-— — . — ....... 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky. — - — — .... ............... 

Cumberland river, tenn. and ky.— — —...-—-.—--—-.—.- ......... 

monongahela river, pa. ano w. va ..-.-- — - — -..-..-....... — .-.- — . 

missouri river——— — — — — ——— ———— 

illinois river, ill.— — -— — — - 

port of chicago, ill.---------— — — — — — — — 



653 



71,279 
3,152 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,150 

1,690 

22,781 

1,530 

302,013 



LOS ANGELES AND LONG BEACH HARBORS, CALIF./ 
LOS ANGELES ANO LONG BEACH HARBORS, CALIF. 



COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH/ 
WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG. -----" — 



COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELlLO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, WASH./ 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH------- - 

COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, HASH. 
SNAKE RIVER, OREG., WASH, AND IOAH0"- — ------------- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



COLUMBIA RIVER' KENNEWICK TO WENATCHEE, WASH./ 
SNAKE RIVER, OREG., WASH, AND IDAHO" — ----. 



WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, HASH., TO THE MOUTH"—---- 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE DALLES, OREG.. 
WILLAMETTE AND YAMHILL RIVERS, OREG.----- — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



SNAKE RIVER, OREG., HASH, AND IDAHO/ 

SNAKE RIVER, OREG., WASH, AND IDAHO- 



PUCET SOUND ANO TRIBUTARY WATERS/ 

PUGET SOUND AND TRIBUTARY WATERS- 



SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA/ 

SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA- 



ALASKA PENINSULA/ 

ALASKA PENINSULA- 



19,910 

8,817 

7,883 

51,111 

19,791 

2,116 

32,559 

1,667 
12,852 

1,562 
52,950 
80,308 
20,718 

2,125 
127,690 
156,232 

1,051 
19,980 
11,952 
18,963 

653,210 



6,116 
5,022 



2,209 
829 



2,880 

833 

303 

12,359 

2,187 



3,622 
1,292 



20 

138 

5 

163 

60 



74 



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T»BIE 6--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


COAL TAR 
(CODE 
2811) 


BFNZENE 
ANO 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2817) 


SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 


ALCOHOLS 
(COOE 
2813) 


SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(COOE 2810) 


CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(CODES 2816, 

2819, 2621, 

2676) 


FERTILIZER8 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 


RECEIVING AREA 


(CODES 
1471, 1479, 
2871, 2672, 
2673, 2679) 




880, OUfe 


3,273,659 


1,840,302 
14,150 


2,902,176 


2,856,166 


15,965,101 


10,626,353 


THAMES RIVER* CONN./ 


PORT OF NEW YORK/ N.Y. AND N.J./ 






5,811 


24,372 
2,292 

26,664 


6,019 






















5,611 


6,019 

1,100 

1,800 

2,900 

1,640 
13,143 




DELAWARE RIVER' NEW JERSEY SIDE/ 




1,840 

1,840 

40,480 
1,840 


3,700 
72,000 

75,700 

15,000 
5,950 
2,000 

58,940 




















DELAWARE RIVER* PENNSYLVANIA AND DELAWARE SIDE/ 






13,696 
1,367 














































5,643 






5,520 
5,520 
6,886 














41,105 


























7,188 
3,480 

133,663 
1,900 

900 






87,703 




















60,246 




15,263 


102,686 


5,641 


MANTUA CREEK, N.J./ 






BIG TIMBER CREEK, N.J./ 














CHRISTINA RIVER, DEL./ 








1,373 






SCHUYLKILL RIVER, PA./ 


5,464 








72,666 




1,640 
4,272 

6,112 

9,200 


























5,464 








72,666 




bAl t i m o r e harbor ano Channels* *d./ 














525 
10,600 








1,200 


















1,84 

14,720 

309 














118,973 


























1,120 
1,60 

133,016 




























26,069 








1,200 

11,036 

10,677 
296,212 

15,536 

122.42S 

15,012 
5,147 

11,249 
1,600 
2,102 
8,668 
6,155 
800 

26,651 
6,600 


YORK RIVER, VA,/ 










JAMES RIVER, VA./ 




























INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY. CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER TO 




























HAMPTON ROADS, VA./ 














































































































1,500 
1,092 




































27,960 
27.960 














2,592 


86,406 
1,200 


ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 
WILMINGTON/ 

























DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



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SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


COAL TAR 
(CODE 
2811) 


BENZENE 
AND 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2817) 


SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 


ALCOHOLS 
(CODE 
2613) 


SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE 2810) 


CHEMICALS 

ANO 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(COOES 2816, 

2819, 2821, 

2876) 


FERTILIZERS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(CODES 

1471, 1479, 

2871, 2872, 

2873, 2879) 


RECEIVING AREA 


ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 












2,110 
















1,400 
2,600 

18,169 
21,757 

1,044,000 

1,083,926 

1,400 














2,140 


PAMLICO AND TAR RIVERS, N.C./ 


























ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 ENGINEER OISTRICT, 






6,000 
6,000 






56,000 
56,000 












CAPE FEAR RIVER, N.C./ 


















21.663 
57,010 

78,673 
















301,885 

301,885 

765 














1,400 


ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 
SAVANNAH / 








B.UOO 
30,800 
39,200 


ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' ENGINEER DISTRICT, 






















765 




INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, C ALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER TO ANCLOTE 
RIVER, FLA./ 










5,346 


gulf intracoastal waterway' apalachee bay, fla., to 
mobile bay, ala./ 

gulf intracoastal waterway' apalachee say, fla., to 


490 


890 










APALACMICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. AND 










6,097 


gulf intracoastal waterway' mobile bay, ala,. to new 












17,149 
2,952 

12,325 

93,301 
















MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN,, TO MOUTH OF 








5,180 


















4,974 










1,431 

6,611 








U90 


890 






125,727 

34,555 

287 
50 

12,077 

33 

172 

64 

47,238 


11,071 
41 


GULF OF MEXICO/ 






Gulf intracoastal waterway* mobile bay, ala,. to new 


























GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., 










































MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 


























41 


WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE SAY, FLA., TO 








1,423 












10,800 

18,013 

14,417 
1,147 






GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 










1,0<I6 


64,153 














1,198 












MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA,, TO MOUTH OF 








1.236 

1,298 

3,652 

22,430 

29,662 

40,900 
60,400 




MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA,, TO BUT NOT 






















3,831 














1 , 162 
45,539 






1 ,198 






5.254 


64,153 

19,608 


GULF INTRACOASTAL "lATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 
ORLEANS, LA,/ 

APALACMICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FlINT RIVERS, GA. AND 






























10,183 

















76 



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TABLE 6--O0ME9TIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS — CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 


COAL TAR 
(COOE 
2811) 


BENZENE 
AND 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2617) 


SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 


ALCOHOLS 
(COOE 
2613) 


SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SOOA) 

(CODE 2810) 


CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

8PECIALTIES 

(CODES 2816, 

2814, 2621, 

2676) 


FERTILIZERS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 


RECEIVING AREA 


(CODES 
1471, 1474, 
2671, 2872, 
2673, 2679) 
















22,141 
17,627 
16,010 


GULF INTPACOASTAl WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 












7,137 


MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIOUE AND BAYOU DE9 CANNES, 
























2,500 
2,620 

7,493 








25,500 




3,100 


46.715 
19,569 

10,66* 


gulf intracoastal waterway' Galveston to corpus 








Gulf intracoastal waterway' corpus christi. tekas, to 












Mississippi river' new orleans»la., to mouth of 












37,761 

13,116 

3,134 


Mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not 






50,446 






10,263 
62,933 

6,268 

35,755 

49,550 

63,150 

5,706 

2,667 

16,1*4 


MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OP OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 










MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 












MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 












13,503 




































































35,000 
16,724 


























5,625 
5«,75S 




























45,772 
6,050 
5,000 
6,463 
























































1,400 

14,351 

5,699 

503,453 














40,600 




















75,446 




3,100 


346,413 

2,468 

24,264 
4,567 

4,642 

492 
174 
286 
5 05 

2 00 

717 

9,395 

2,972 

21,661 

73,138 

1,427 

1,445 
10 


GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., TO 
SABINE RIVER, TEX,/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' APALACMEE BAY, FLA., TO 
















15 


















gulf intracoastal waterway' Mississippi river, la., 














Gulf intracoastal waterway* plaquemine to morgan city 
























































GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 














MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 


















































15 






GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' PLAOUEMINE TO MORGAN CITY 
ROUTE, LA./ 












ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA./ 














GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., 


























2,507 
2,507 














1,455 

15,000 
5,000 

20,000 

10,372 
1,100 

11,472 


OUCH1TA AND BLACK RIVERS, ARK. AND LA./ 








































BAYOU VERMILION, LA,/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA,, 

























































DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



77 



TA8LE 6--00ME3TIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS- 
SHIPPING »RF* BY RECEIVING AREA 



■CONTINUED 



CALENDAR TEAR 1983 
(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING »RE» / 
RECEIVING ARE* 



COAL TAR 
(CODE 
2811) 



BENZENE 
AND 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2817) 



SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 



ALCOHOLS 
(CODE 
2813) 



SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SOOA) 

(CODE 2810) 



CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(COOES 2816, 

2819, 2821, 

2876) 



FERTILIZERS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(CODES 

1471, 1479, 

2871, 2872, 

2873, 2879) 



LA./ 



CALCASIEU RIVER ANO PASS, 

GULF OF MEXICO . — — ———.—— 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM— — — — — — — -- — .— — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 

ORLEANS, LA.-- — ..... — — — .-....— 

CALCASIEU RIVER ANO PASS, LA.--- — .-.... — . — — 

SA8INE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS--""-- — — — — — 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS-------------- — — ——— — — — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 GALVESTON TO CORPUS 
CHRIST I, TEXAS----- — — — - — . — — — - ---------------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO 
THE MEXICAN BORDER""- — -- — — - — — — — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 
PASSES — ————— — — — ——— 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA.--- — — — — — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER" MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 
INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA .— ——— — — ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 
OF OHIO RIVER-- — — — — — — ———— ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

MISSOURI RIVER- — — .......................... 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK .- — — .- — — - — — — ............ 

WHITE RIVER, ARK.—- — -.- — — . — ...-.. — -.. ......... 

WOLF RIVER, TENN." - ------ — -.- — — — — .......... .. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE — — — 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRItT, HUNTINGTON — — — 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH- — ...- — .. 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY. — ............ — 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. ANO KY .....— ............ ... 

GREEN ANO BARREN RIVERS, KY.— — — —.———. — 

KANAWHA RIVER, W. VA .-• —— — — — — — — —— ...... 

MISSOURI RIvER— — — ——— — —————— — 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.— — — — — — — .............. 

BLACK RIVER, WIS.-— — — — — — — — — — — ... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.— — — — — — ......... 



1.345 



19,365 



1,193 

4,308 

15,003 

10,299 

233,179 

58,065 

5,535 

72,208 

58,1115 

37,057 

37,323 

8,060 
20,385 



2,734 
tt, 301 



19,278 
1,3911 



2,410 
50,013 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



2,503 



SABINE'NCCHES WATERWAY, TEXAS/ 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO 
MOBILE BAY, ALA.-.-...--------- — — — — — -- — - — ' 

ESCAMBIA ANO CONECUH RIVERS, FLA. ANO ALA.- — — — — 

SULF OF MEXICO— -.-.-.— —...— — .— — ..-.... ... 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM— — . — —.. ....... ............ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 

ORLEANS, LA.-"" — ..- — .—. — ................. ., 

CALCASIEU RIVER ANO PASS, LA.----- — —— ——— — — 

SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS — — - — — - — --- — — 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS- — ——— ————— — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS 
CHRISTI, TEXAS— — — — — —— ............... ... 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI. TEXAS, TO 

THE MEXICAN BORDER — ..— — — — — --• 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 
PASSES — — — — — — — — — — — — ...... 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not 

including new orleans, la.— — — ..—— — .-. 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not 
including baton rouge. la ,- — — — .. — — — — — — ....... 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth 
of ohio river — -. — — . — . — .................. .... 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of 
missouri river. — . — — — . — — - — -- — -- — ' 
arkansas river. ark.--- — ---- — ------ — — ---- — -- — — . 

wolf river, tenn.----------------- — -- — — — 

Ohio river' engineer district, louisville— — -- ... 
ohio river' engineer district, huntington-- — .... — . 
Ohio river' engineer district, Pittsburgh— —————. 

CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY ,— — - — — — — . — . 

KANAWHA RIVER, W. VA .- — .. — ........ ............... 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA.- — ————.— ......... 

MISSOURI RIVER— — — — — — — — — — — ................. 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.- — - — .---.----. 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.—--- - — --- — -. -. 



3,864 



4,401 
3,145 



1,324 
23,406 



87,364 
244,113 

12,691 

2,983 

4,441 
45,167 



23,799 

24,318 

285.350 



1,324 
1.351 



1.82? 



19,861 



1,384 



19,592 
19,485 
5,125 

5,122 

8,507 

1,583 

38,913 



8,377 
9,315 
164,748 
8,722 
1,658 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



22,541 



20,574 
647,010 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' SABINE RIVER TO GALVESTON, 
TEXAS/ 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, L A ....................... . 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS — - — — -- — ——— — — .... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS. MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

MISSOURI RIVER — - — -- — - — — --- —"- — ... ..... 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL.—- — — — — ——— ——. 



2.222 



2,515 

96,600 



46,760 



12,099 



1,462 
66! 



2,400 



84,069 
2,55« 



329,027 
312.48<i 

12.390 
6.942 

28,700 



38,112 
17.662 



7 
6 


,997 
039 


52 


742 


4 

17 


414 
656 


5 


333 

30? 



6.150 

10,470 
1,450 



13,235 

6,035 



1,517 



1,305 
10,432 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



28,705 



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TABLE 6--D0MESTTC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS — CONT INUED 
SHIPPING AREA HY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR YEAR 1981 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 PnilNOS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



COAL TAR 
(CODF 
281 1 ) 



BENZENE 
AND 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2817) 



SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 



ALCOHOLS 
(CODE 
2813) 



SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE 2810) 



CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(COOES 2816, 

2619, 2821, 

2876) 



FERTILIZERS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(CODES 

1471, 1U79, 

2671, 2672, 

2871, 2679) 



GALVESTON HAY, THAS 
GULF INTRACOASTAL 
MOBILE HAY. ALA.- 
APALACHICOLA.CHAT 

FLA. 

ESCAMBIA ANO CONE 
WARRIOR RIVER SYS 
ALAPAMA-COOSA RIV 
GULF INTRACOASTAL 
URLFANS, LA.----- 
PEARL RIVER, MISS 
ATCHAFALAYA RIVER 
OUCHITA AND BLACK 
MERMENTAII RIVER 

LA.------- -- 

CALCASIEU RIVER A 
SABINE-NECHES WAT 
GALVESTON BAY, TE 
GULF INTRACOASTAL 

CHRISTI, TEXAS 

GJLF INTRACOASTAL 
THE MEXICAN POROE 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 

PASSES 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 
INCLUDING NEw ORL 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 
INCLUDING BATON R 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 
OF OHIO RIVER-"- 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 

MISSOURI RIVER 

ARKANSAS RIVER, A 
WOLF RIVER, TENN. 
OHIO RIVER' ENGIN 
OHIO RIVER 1 ENGIN 
OHIO RIVER 1 ENGIN 
TENNESSEE RIVER, 
CJMBERLAND RIVFR, 
KANAwHA RIVER, i. 

Allegheny river, 
missouri river--- 

ILLINOIS RIvFr, I 
lake michigan- — - 
pqRt of Chicago, 



WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO 



TAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. AND 
CUH RIVERS, FLA. ANO ALA.----------- 



FRS, ALA. ANU GA.--- ---. 

WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TU NEW 



5,598 
1,251 



AND LA.------------------- — -- — « 

LA.---- 

RIVERS, ARK, AND LA.--- — ------- 

BAYUU NEZPIOUE ANO BAYOU DES CANNES, 



28,311 
1,103 



16,073 
1,526 



ND PASS, LA.- 
ERWAY, TEXAS- 



5,073 
155,230 



WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS 
WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TD 



NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 



' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 
EANS, LA."----""""""--" — - 

MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 

OUGE, LA.- — ..." — .. ... 

MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 



110,956 
631,505 

13,810 

23.501 

2,880 
68,697 



17, 110 

5,100 

169, 151 

387,125 

9,152 



MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 



2,075 
7,965 



11,257 
763, 109 

29,811 

13,288 

2,729 
19,753 

5,818 
11,178 

1,229 



■563 
116 



58,191 

160,602 

1,037,882 

389,905 

16,106 

2,860 

715,181 

2,279 

6,654 

63,867 



UK . 



EER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE- 
FER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTUN- 
EER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH- 
TFNN., ALA. AND KY."-"- 
TENN. AND KY." — — — — ■ 

VA.- — — ......... — ..-... 

PA.- — — -- — — — — — — — . 



1,175 

33,856 

7,1 91 



1,417 
14,810 



1,587 
28, 171 

5,171 
39,027 



,262 
,990 



L.L.- 

ILL. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



37,437 

1 ,143 

265,433 



112,715 

10,468 
12,510 
13,66 



3.370 
131,114 
104,920 
201,315 
167,332 
63,245 
229,622 



935,851 



58,051 
1,153,518 



25, 

286, 



GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS CHRISTI, 

TEXAS/ 

EsCA v BlA ANO CUNECUH RIVERS, FLA. AND ALA.- — — — — — 
WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM-------------------- .......... 

A|_e*AMA-rons' RIVERS, Ala. and ga.-— — — — — — — — — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEw 
ORLEANS, LA.- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

PEARL RIVER, MISS. ANO LA .-..-. — ........ — .......... 

CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS. LA. —-—- — — — ............. 

SAHNE-NECHES WATERWAY, TEXAS"--- — ........ 

GALVESTON BAY, TEX AS-------""""""-- — ----..----• 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 GALVESTON TO CORPUS 
CHRISTI, TEXAS-- — ------ — "---- — "-- — — -- — .." — . 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO 

THE MEXICAN HUROER — • ........ — . — ........ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 

PASSES--" - — -- — — -"---"" — .- — — — . — .. — --. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 
INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA .- — — — - .............. ...... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MI1UTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING BATON ROUGF, LA.- ......."....... — ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

MISSOURI RIVER-" "- — ------ — "--- ........ 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE-"-"""™ 
OHIO RIVFR' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNT INGTON---------- - 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH ........ 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TFNN., ALA. AND KY.-"" ..... 

nANAwHA RIVER, W.VA. -...---...------------.----.-----. 

MISSOURI RIVER"--- — ---"--- — — . 

ILLINOIS RlVtk, ILL. 

PORT uF CHICAGO, ILL." •" ------------.--. 



142,017 
4,028,281 



52,021 
1,452 



4,8 36 
7,226 



45,483 
6,063 



7,614 

70,308 





193 


1 


,256 


5u 


,089 


3 


870 


1 


323 



5,400 
17,770 



28,950 
515,128 

58,152 

1,764 

1,344 

183,091 

23,248 



612,919 
34,469 
21,897 

103,303 
11,870 



75,688 
29,740 



TUTAL, SHIPPING AREA — .... .— ............... 

3ULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO 

THE MEXICAN BORDER/ 

tSCAMBIA AND CONECUH RIVERS, FLA. AND ALA. --------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' MUBILE RAY, ALA,. TO NE 

ORLEANS, LA. .—— — . — .... .. 

CALCASIEU RIVER ANO PASS, LA."" -" • 

SARINE-NFCHES WATERWAY, TEXAS --- 

GALVFSTON HAY, TEXAS---------------------- ------ 



64,092 



70,909 



4,590 
146,744 



2,969 

108,400 



1,400 

2,688 

33,644 



2,691 

170,416 



2,903 
2,499 



4,500 
77,643 



2,500 
12,148 

3,003 

11,299 

3,198 



17,810 

12,141 

23,300 

3,003 

100,155 

3,110 
34,657 
18,163 

4,302 

1,248 

11,101 

1,500 



385,368 



2,580 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



79 



TABLE 6--D0MESTIC INLAND MOVEkFMS OF CHEMICALS AM) RELATED PRODUCTS — CONTINUED 
SHIPPING AREA HY RECEIVING A9FA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



COAL TAR 
(CPOfc 
2811) 



BEN7ENF 
AND 

TOI UENE 
(CODE 
2817) 



SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CliOE 

2818) 



ALCOHOLS 
(CODE 
2813) 



SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE ?«10) 



CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPFCIALT IES 

(C'IDES 2816, 

2819, 2821, 

2876) 



FERTILIZEHS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(CODES 

1071. 1079, 

2871, 2872, 

2875, 2879) 



GJLF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 GALVESTON TO CORPUS 
CHRIST I, TEXAS — 

6ULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CMRISTI, TEXAS, TO 

IHE MEXICAN BORDER---- — — — — — — , 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 NE" ORLEANS, LA., TO mouth OF 
PASSES 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA,, TO BUT NOT 

including new orleans, la.----------------- ........ 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not 

including baton rouge, la .-------------------- .... 

Ohio river' engineer oistrict, louisville 

ohio river' engineer district, huntington- — — — — — . 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, pittsburgh 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano k y .— — — — — — — — -• 

Cumberland river, tenn. and ky.— — — — — --------. 

green .ano barren rivers, ky. .-.--«--.--««-«--.- - — 
kanawha river, x. va. --...-. — .-.-.. — .- — -- — .- ....... 

illinois river, ill.---- — - .----- . 

port of chicago, ill.----"-- ......... .... 



30,671 

205,832 

1 ,359 

5,731 



2,769 

10,180 

1,441 



81 ,559 
10,671 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



125,759 



MISSISSIPPI RIVE 
GULF INTRACOA 
"38ILE BAY, A 
GULF OF MEXIC 
»L*BAMA-COOSA 
GULF INTRACOA 
ORLEANS, LA. 
PEARL RIVER, 
6ULF INTRACOA 
TO SABINE RIV 
ATCmAFA|_AYA R 
CALCASIEU RIV 
SAPINE-NECHES 
GALVESTON BAY 
GJLF INTRACOA 
CHRISTI, TEXA 
MISSISSIPPI R 
PASSES-....-- 

mississippi r 
including new 
mississippi r 
including bat 
mississippi r 
of ohio river 
mississippi r 
missouri rive 
yazoo river a 
arkansas rive 
wolf river, t 
ohio river' e 
ohio river' e 
ohio river' e 
tennessee riv 
cumberland ri 
kanawha river 
missouri rive 
Illinois rive 
minnesota riv 
lake michigan 
pdrt of chica 



R' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF PASSES/ 
STAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO 



RIVERS, ALA. AND GA.« ....... ... 

STAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 



3,200 



MISS. AND LA. ------------------------ 

STAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA. 
ER, TEX.—— 

IV ER, L*.----- 

ER AND PASS, LA.----.----.----. 

WATERWAY, TEXAS----" — 

, TEXAS----------- .-.--........-. 

STAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS 



17,673 
12,158 



IVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 



IVER 1 BATON ROUGE, LA., TU BUT NOT 
ORLEANS, LA.-- 

IVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 

ON ROUGE, L*.-------------- — — 

IVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 



6,869 
160,995 



IVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 



MOUTH, MISS. 

ARK. -------- 



neer district, louisville- 

neer district, huntington- 

neer oistrict, pitts8urgh- 

tenn., ala. and ky.-.— . 

tenn. ano ky. ........... 

VA. . --. ...... 



1 ,603 
1,415 

5,200 



ILL.— 

MINN.- 



GO, ILL.' 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,601 
18,021 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING NEw ORLEANS, LA./ 

GULF INTRACDASTAL WATERWAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO 

MOBILE BAY, ALA. ...... 

APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. AND 

FLA. 

ESCAMBIA AND CONECUH RIVERS, FLA. AND AL A . ............ 

GJLF OF MEXICO ". 

WARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM--.-..-...— ................ . 

ALABAMA-COOSA RIVERS, ALA. AND GA .- — ---------. ...... 

GULF INTRACDASTAL WATERWAY' MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO N£w 

ORLEANS, LA.------------------- — — --.- — 

PEARL RIVER, MISS. ANO LA.---- — .-.---.------.-- ... 

GULF INTRACDASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIvER, LA., 

TO SABINE RIVER, TEX.---.--- . 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATER«AY' PLAdUE«INE TO MORGAN CITY 
ROUTE, LA.-- -- — — — — — . — — — — — — — — — — — -. 

ATCHAFALAYA RIVER, LA.- — — ---- — ---- — ------------ — . 

OUCHITA AND BLACK RIVERS, ARK. ANO LA. — .---.--- ... 

MERMENTAU RIVER, BAYOU NEZPIOUE AND BAYOU DES CANNES, 



10,483 
4,224 



3,940 
1 ,410 



1,446 
2,518 



LA. 



CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA.- 
SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TExAS- 
GALVESTON BAY, TFXAS- ......... 



3, 100 

1 8, 89u 



10,387 
39.70U 
51 , 078 



2,724 
75, 096 



42,878 
24, 195 
27,951 



30,496 
2,722 



9,906 

84,687 
145,06« 

84,029 
3,789 
8,922 

13,057 

88,259 
1 ,596 
8,328 
6,49S 

678,299 



13,621 



700 
753 
4,767 
4,050 
2,247 
1,018 
4,243 



1,400 
1 06,250 



2,500 
9,2<>0 
1,307 



19,180 
16,335 



1 ,667 
26,723 

6 19,(70 



80 



Wa/etAolne ^otntnelce of tAe rj United !flal*±, /.9MJ 



TABLE 6 — OOMESTIC INLAND MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS »ND RELATED PRODUCTS— CONT INUED 
SHIPPING ARE* BY RECEIVING AREA 

CALENDAR TEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2.000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



COAL TAR 
(COOE 
2811) 



BENZENE 
ANO 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2817) 



SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 



ALCOHOLS 
(CODE 
2815) 



SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE 2810) 



CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(COOES 2816 

2814, 2821 

2876) 



FERTILIZERS 

ANO 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(COOES 

1471 r 1*79, 

2871, 2872, 

2871, 2879) 



gulf intracoastal waterway' galveston to corpus 

christi, texas ....... .. ..... 

gulf intracoastal waterway' corpus christi, texas, to 
the mexican boroer — - — — — — — — — — .—..... 

mississippi river' new orleans, la., to mouth of 
passes————— .—.———. ............. 



mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not 
including new Orleans, la.— — — —————— ....... 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not 
Including baton rouge, la.-— ——————————— . 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth 
of ohio river"- — — — — — —— — — — — — — — — — —— — . 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of 
missouri river--- — — — — — — — — — — ........... 

yazoo river and mouth, miss.- — — — - ............. 

arkansas river, ark.- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — . 

white river, ark.— - — — — — — — . —— ............ 

wolf river, tenn." — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — • 

ohio river" engineer district, louisville — — 
Ohio river' engineer district, huntington— — — — - 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, pittsburgh- — — — 
tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky.- — - — - — -.-. .- 
cumberland river, tenn. and ky,— — — — — ——— 

green and barren rivers, ky .- ——— — .............. 

KANAWHA RIVER, W. V A.--— — — — — — — — .... 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. ANO W. VA.—- — — — — — • 

ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA. ——— — — — ——— — — . ... 

MISSOURI RIVER--- — — — — — ——— .............. 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.— ——— — — 

BLACK RIVER, WIS.— — — — — — — — ...... 

MINNESOTA RIVER, MINN.— — — — — — ——— ..... 

LAKE ONTARIO- — ..... — ...................... 

LAKE MICHIGAN- ——————— — 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL. — — ...... ........ ....... 



246, 502 

1,012 

20,815 

167,808 



5,90<l 

12,000 

17.041 

218,619 

2.000 



25,671 



11,466 



9,695 
12.120 
11,485 
26,901 
41,249 



77.995 
261,041 



42,875 
15,046 



4,914 



129,197 



1,525 



8,161 

1,445 



4,820 

145,965 

8,920 

51,565 



17,470 
124,021 



5,045 
15,010 



2,514 
2.569 



1,451 



17,492 

9,115 

16,876 



1.069 
I. 476 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,401 
10,099 



52,677 
577,242 



172,804 
1,107,412 



«ISSISSIPP 

INCLUDING 

MISSISS 

PASSES- 

MISSISS 

includi 

MISSISS 
INCLUDI 
MISSISS 
OF OHIO 
MISSISS 
MISSOUR 
ARKANSA 
OHIO RI 
OHIO RI 
TENNESS 
MONONGA 
MISSOUR 
ILLINOI 
MINNESO 

port of 



I RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 

BATON ROUGE, LA./ 

IPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 



IPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

NG NEW ORLEANS. LA. ......... ............. 

IPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 
NG BATON ROUGE, LA.—- .—— — — — - — - ... 
IPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 

RIVER-- ...... .................... 

IPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

I RIVER — -— .... — .. .............. 

S RIVER, ARK.— — . — — — — — — — -. — — -. — — - 

VER' ENGINEER OISTRICT. LOUISVILLE— — — 
VER' ENGINEFR OISTRICT, PITTSBURGH — — — — . 

EE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY." ... — - ..... . 

HELA RIVER, PA. AND w.va.- — — — — — — — — — • 

I RIVER- . ——. — — ............. ........ 

s river, ill.-——--————————————' 

ta river, minn.--"---- — — — — — — .— 

Chicago, ill.——- — — -—.-——. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MISSISSIPPI RI 
OHIO RIVFR/ 

GULF 1NTRAC 
TO SABINE R 
MISSISSIPPI 
INCLUDING N 
MISSISSIPPI 
INCLUDING B 
MISSISSIPPI 
OF OHIO RIV 
MISSISSIPPI 
MISSOURI RI 
YAZOO RIVER 
ARKANSAS RI 
WOLF RIVER, 
OHIO RIVER' 
OHIO RIVER' 
OHIO RIVER' 
TENNESSEE R 
CUMBERLAND 
MISSOURI RI 
ILLINOIS RI 
BLACK RIVER 
LAKE MICHIG 
PORT OF CHI 



VER' MQUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH OF 



OASTAL WATERWAY' MISSISSIPPI RIVER, LA., 
I VER, TEX.-- — — — — — — — — — ..... 

RIVER' BATON ROUGE. LA., TO BUT NOT 
Ew ORLEANS, LA.- — . — — -- — .......... 

RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 
ATON ROUGE, LA. — — — — —————— .— 

RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 
ER ....... ..................... 

RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.. TO MOUTH OF 
VER ——— — ——— — — — — — 

AND MOUTH, MISS.- — — — — — — — — -. — -. 

VER, ARK." — • — — — — — — — — .... 

TENN.— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — . 

ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE-- — — — 

ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON — — — — 

ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH — - .... . 

IVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY .- — — — — ... 

RIVER. TENN. AND K Y .— ——— — — . 

VER — — ——— — — — — — — — — 

VER, ILL. .- — .-.-- ................ 

WIS. — .................. 



19,416 



10,418 



26,600 
21,068 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,874 
11,778 



298 

1,108,444 

447,279 

101,650 

186,910 
7,518 



1,879 

518,210 

427,167 

455,412 

1S8.506 

51,406 

151,621 

52,441 

91,525 



1,686 
217,811 



5.651,197 



811 

16,118 



5.000 
15,700 



5,064 
11,800 



677 
55,192 



1,400 
2,800 



2,620 



114,297 

50,661 

2,700 

25,797 

112,602 

282,429 

995,619 
15,161 

287,020 
16,469 
61,041 

969,316 
22.065 
66.124 

117,718 
29,211 



1,619 



11.621 
257,610 
499,796 

19,976 

252,920 

l.«)« 

59,740 

44,229 

4,666,611 



6,661 

12.052 

16,971 

29.617 
14,410 
71,956 
19,979 
1.170 



1 


257 


4 


,657 


2 


911 



1.041 

1,206 

71,661 

19,991 

106,265 

1.506 

6,612 

12,429 

164,888 

1,506 

7,196 

61,622 

15.116 

12,161 

214,996 

2,962 

161,825 



37,348 1,167.601 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



81 



•DOMESTIC INLANO MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS AND RELATEO PR0DUCTS--C0NT INUED 
SHIPPING »»E» BY RECEIVING ARE* 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 



(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



COAL TAR 
(CODE 
2611) 



BENZENE 
AND 

TOLU'NE 
(CODE 
2817) 



SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(COOE 

2B1B) 



ALCOHOLS 
(COOE 
2813) 



SODIUM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE 2810) 



CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(CODES 2816, 

2819, 2821, 

2876) 



FERTILIZERS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(CODES 

1471, 1479, 

2871, 2872, 

2873, 2879) 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

MISSOURI RIVER/ 

GULF INTRACOASTAL MATERNAY' APALACHEE BAY, FLA., TO 

MOBILE RAY, ALA.-----"-"— ...... 

• ARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM— — — — —— — — — — — 

SABINE-NECHES (lATERHAY, TEXAS--- — ----------------- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS---- --..- — -- ......... 

GULF INTRACOASTAL HATERHAY' GA.VESTON TO CORPUS 

Christ i, texas------ —.——.- ....... 

mississippi river' ne« orleans, la., to mouth of 
passes---- ..--———..-.-—— ......... ...... 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not 
including new orleans, la. - — -.---" — - — - — -. ------ 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not 
including baton rouge, la .—.-—- — .-.- — ........ 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth 

of ohio river-- .- — — — .—. — --. . ... 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of 

MISSOURI RIvER— — — — — — — — — — — — 

yazoo river and mouth, miss.--"— - — - — — - — — 
■ olf river, tenn. .• — — -- — - — — — — — — - 

ohio river' engineer district, louisville — — — — 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, huntington--— ------- 

ohio river' engineer district, pittsburgh— — — — 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky. ------- ......... 

cumberland river, tenn. and ky.-- — ——— — — — — 

big sandy river, ky. and m. va. ——— — — — — « 

kanahha river, h.v a .— — — — — — — — — .. 

allegheny river, pa.-— .................. ........... 

missouri river — — — — — — — ——— — — --- — — -. 

Illinois river, ill.— — — — — — — — — 

black river, *is. — ——— — — — — ——— — — — 

port of chicago, ill. — — — — — — — ...... 



5,501 



8,777 
1,389 



1,H3R 
1,107 



1,100 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA — - — ............ .......... 

YAZOO RIVER ANO MOUTH, MISS./ 

APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA. I 
'L». 

galveston bay, texas — — — .................. — 

gulf intrac0a3tal natermay' galveston to corpus 

christ i, texas — — — — — — -.— — — 

gulf intracoastal «ater«ay' corpus christi, texas, 
the mexican border- — —— — — — — — — — —— ...... 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not 
including baton rouge, la.--- — --.. — — ......... 

arkansas river, ark .— — — — — — — — .- — — .- — ... 

molf river, tenn.---- — . — .. — — — ............ 

ohio river' engineer oistrict, louisville- — ----- 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. ano ky.— — — — — — — 

illinois river, ill.----- — — .. — — — — — .. — — -- - 



8,105 
110,138 



16,331 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK./ 

SABINE-NECHES MATERMAY, TEXAS — — — ——— — 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS— —— ——— — — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL NATERMAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXA 
THE MEXICAN BORDER- — - — — -- — ............ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEn ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 



PASSES—--" — ""—— ——- — — — ----- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 
INCLUOING NEk ORLEANS, LA .--- — ...-.—— ....... - 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 
INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA . — — — — — ........... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

MISSOURI RIVER----- — — - — — — - — —— — — — — 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK ...................... .......... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE — — — 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY.- — — -■ 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND *. VA. ................ ... 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL.— — - ........ ......... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



MOLF RIVER, TENN./ 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 



NE» ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 



PASSES • 

"ISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING NEM ORLEANS, LA.— 

MISSOURI RIVER- . — ...-...— — — 

LAKE MICHIGAN — - — — --------""" — - - --------- 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OISTRICT, LOUISVILLE/ 
SABINE-NECHES DATERmAY, TEXAS — --------- 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS-------------------- 



2,950 
5,823 



1,320 

21,111 



15,613 
13,301 



6,235 

21,597 



55,155 
3,160 



603 

10,800 

10,800 

3,600 



11,100 



5,081 
8,600 



3,981 



1,315 



1,100 

27,785 

50,591 

360,611 

3,008 

10,777 

209,761 



8,969 

46,092 

6,347 

9,105 

1,523 

6,580 

80,762 

2,852 



827,487 



50,166 
10,177 

67,881 

23,201 

2,986 
1,476 
1,727 
6,055 
7,640 
6,227 



14,604 
21,589 



11,715 

47,908 



1,621 
6,667 
2,288 

10,576 



82 



'W'a/eiAcine ^onunelce of tAe fylnited fiPtaleb, 4983 



TABLE 6--DriMfSTIC IM.AND MOVEMENTS OF CHFMICAL9 AND RFLATEO PRODUCTS — CONTINUED 
SHIPPING ARFA BY RECEIVING ARM 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA (CONTINUED) / 
RECEIVING AREA 



gulf intracoastal waterway 1 galveston to corpus 

christ i, texas ............. ............... 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to put not 
including new orleans, l a . — — — — — — — 

mississippi river' mouth of ohio river to but not 

including baton rouge, la. — ---- — — — 

ohio river' engineer district, louisville — — — — - 
ohio river' engineer district, huntington--------- 

Ohio river' engineer district, Pittsburgh- 

tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky.— ——»».— 
big sandy river, ky. and w . v a .——.——. — . — 

KANAWHA RIVER, Hi, V».— — —————— ........ 

PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL."" — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



HUNTINGTON/ 

MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 



OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT 
GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 
ORLEANS, LA.---------------------"--"--- — 

CALCASIFU RIVER ANO PASS, LA.---------- — — -- — .. 

GALVESTON BAY, TEX AS------------ - — 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS 

CHRIST I, TEXAS------- —————— 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEW ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 

PASSES-- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 
INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA .— — — — .— .. 

UHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE — 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PI TTSBURGH — — — 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY.— — — — — 

BIG SANDY RIVER, KY. ANO W . VA ..... . — ---------- 

KANAWHA RIVER, W.VA. ................... — 

Illinois river, ill. 

port of chicago, ill. ---------------------------- 



TOTAL. SHIPPING AREA- 



OHIO RIVER 
GULF IN 
ORLEANS 
CALCASI 
GALVEST 
GULF IN 
THE MEX 
MI9SISS 
INCLUDI 
MISSISS 
INCLUDI 
MISSISS 
OF UHIO 
WOLF RI 
OHIO RI 
OHIO RI 
OHIO RI 
TENNESS 
CUMBERL 
BIG SAN 
KANAWHA 
MQNONGA 
LAKE MI 
PORT OF 



ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH/ 
TRACOASTAL WATERWAY 1 MOBILE BAY, ALA,. TO NEW 
, LA.-—— —— ....... ......... 

EU RIVER ANO PASS, LA. —— — ——— ........... 

ON BAY, TEXAS———————— 

TRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO 
I CAN BORDER—— — — — — — — ..... — . 

IPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

NG NEW ORLEANS, LA.——————" 

IPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 

NG BATON ROUGE, LA.— ———.—— ..... 

IPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 

RIVER • ..... 

VER, TENN.— — — — — — — — — — — . 

VE»' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE — — . 

VER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON------ — — . 

VER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH-- ........ 

EE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AND KY. — ....... 

ANO RIVER. TE»JN. AND KY.- 

DY RIVER, KY. AND W.VA.- — —————. 

RIVER, W.VA.---- ........ ..... 

HFLA RIVER, PA. ANO W.VA.- ......... ....... . 

CHIGAN — — .............. ................. 

CHICAGO, ILL.-- — — — — — — — — — . 



COAL TAR 
(CODE 
2R11) 



11,169 
6,289 
1,104 



1,303 

2,400 



5,910 

1,283 

10,1419 



5,910 
5,215 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



tennessee river, tenn., ala. and ky./ 

calcasieu river ano pass, la. 

Galveston pay, tFxas- — — — — — — - — 

mississippi river' baton rouge, la., to but not 
Including new Orleans, la.- — — ——- — —.--.———. 
mississippi rlver 1 mouth of ohio river to but not 

ImClUDInG BATON ROUGE, la. — ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 

OF OHIO 9IV£R — ....... .......... ... 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

M IS SO UR I R I VE R — 

ARKANSAS RIVER, ARK.--- — 

wOLF RIVER, TENN.-------- — — — — — — — — 

ohio pivfr' engineer district, louisville- — - 

ohio river 1 engineer oistrict, huntington- ——— — 

ohio river' engineer district, pittsburgh- ..--.-. 

tennessee rivtr, tenn., ala. and ky. .— 

missouri river .— — ......... 

Illinois river, ill.-—-- .-.—-—— ........ 

minnesota river, minn.——— — -- — -- — — 

lake michigan — . .. 

port of chicago, ill.--"--- —————— 



BENZENE 
AND 

TOLUENE 
(CODE 
2817) 



1, 180 
1,400 



536 

10,931 



11,170 



32,955 

3,012 

11,729 



10,397 
7,000 
5,691 



SULPHURIC 

ACIO 

(CODE 

2618) 



28,826 



ALCOHOLS 
(COOE 
2813) 



1,107 
1,301 



2,711 



300 I UM 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE 2810) 



CHEMICALS 

ANO 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(COOES 2616, 

2819, 2621, 

2876) 



4,800 

28,617 

3,904 



13,200 

19,918 

1,558 

11,517 

83,514 



17,665 
3,000 



3^ 


010 


2 


78 8 


2 


600 


47 


850 


i« 


683 


2 


631 


37 


527 


3 


593 


1, 


213 



1,399 
7,000 



36,196 
1,906 



5,041 



1,858 
3,960 



57,360 



31,752 
6,658 



9,100 
1,148 



646,742 
1,300 
2,600 

699,300 



1,400 
1,400 
3,213l 



FERTILIZERS 

AND 

FERTILIZER 

MATERIALS 

(CODES 

1471, 1479, 

2871, 2872, 

2873, 2679) 



15,4001 



8,309 

1,300 

7,872 

l 

1,381, 

10,220 
727: 



4,916 
3,247 
3,184 
13,090 
1,174- 



37,255 



3,190 

1,477 



41,922 



2,600 



4,860 



5,116 
1,680 



3,010 
69,0 54 
13,632 



2,491 
17,378 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



12 


,330 


23 


r336 


8 


060 


1 


470 


9 


909 


160 


670 



DOMESTIC INLAND TRAFFIC, AREAS OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION 



83 



TABLE 6--0P«tST!C INLAND MOVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS AM' RELATE0 PRODUCTS- 
SHIPPING AREA BY RECEIVING A«tA 

CAl tNOAH YEAR 1983 



•CONT INUEU 



(IN TUNS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 
RECEIVING AREA 



COAL TAR 
(CODE 
2811) 



BENZENE 

ANO 

TOLUENE 

CCOOE 

2817) 



SULPHURIC 

ACID 

(COOE 

2818) 



ALCOHOLS 
(COOF 
281?) 



SOOIUM 

HYDROXIOE 

(CAUSTIC 

SOOA) 

(COPE 2810) 





FERTILIZERS 


CHEMICALS 


ANO 


ANO 


FERTILIZER 


CHEMICAL 


MATERIALS 


SPECIALTIES 


(COOES 


(COOES 2816, 


1471, 1479, 


2819, 2821, 


2871, 2872, 


2876) 


2873, 2879) 



CUMBERLAND RIVER, TENN. AND KY./ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' 9AT0N ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING NEi> ORLEANS, LA.---------- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA.---------"------- 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., TO MOUTH OF 

MISSOURI RIVER ........... 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON — — ——- 
ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ANO «.VA./ 
MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER 



BIG SANDY RIVER, KY. 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER 

OF OHIO RIVER — - — — — - — — - — — — 
HISSISJIPPI RIVER' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN 

MISSOURI RIVER--------------------- 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON 
OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBJRGH 
PORT OF CHICAGO, ILL. 



1,100 
1,218 



TO MOUTH OF 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



a 


138 


22 


0»1 


160 


375 


15 


409 


14 


368 


221 


780 



XANAkHA RIVER, H.VA,/ 

HARRIOR RIVER SYSTEM--- — — .-.--------- — .-.- — . 

GALVESTON BAY, TEX AS------------- --------------- 

GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' GALVESTON TO CORPUS 

CHRIST I, TEXAS .- — . . . 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' NEh ORLEANS, LA., TO MOUTH OF 

PASSES ... -. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO BUT NOT 

INCLUDING NEW ORLEANS, LA. ..... .. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, LOUISVILLE-- • 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, PITTSBURGH------- 

KANAKHA RIVER, H.VA.- — -- — — ----- ........... 

allegheny river, pa .—-- — — ......... ... 

Illinois river, ill. 

port of chicago, ill.-- — 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



2,100 



. VA. 



MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. AND 

GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS------.---- — — .- — --.--- — --. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' BATON ROUGE, LA., TO HUT NOT 
INCLUDING NE« ORLEANS, LA.- — — -- — — — — - — 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF OHIO RIVER TO BUT NOT 
INCLUDING BATON ROUGE, LA .- — — — — — — - — - — .... 

WOLF RIVER, TENN.- — — — — - — - — — ------- .— . 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER DISTRICT, HUNTINGTON — ------. 

OHIO RIVER' ENGINEER OI3TRICT, PI TTSBURGH- — — --■ 
TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. ANO KY .- — -- — ....... 

BIG SANDY RIVER, KY. ANO W . VA . ...... ............ .. 

MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA. ANO H.VA. ........... 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA./ 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS- 



MISSOURI RIVER/ 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER' MOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER TO MOUTH 
OF OHIO RIVER — — -- — — -... — ...... — . ....... 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn., to mouth of 

missouri river-- --. — . . 

missouri river-- — -- — — 

Illinois river, ill.---—-- 

lake michigan — — - — - — — - — — — - — — — — — — « — -■ 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



illinois river, ill./ 

Gulf intracoastal waterway' apalachee bay, fia., to 

mobile bay, ala.-- — — — — — — — — — — ....... ... 

galveston bay, texas------ 

mississippi river' mouth of missouri river to mouth 
of ohio river-- — — — — — — — — ........... — ...... 

mississippi river' minneapolis, minn.. to mouth of 

"is soup i river-- — — ..- — . . 

wolf river, tenn.---------------- ............. 

TENNESSEE RIVER, TENN., ALA. AnO KY.---- ---- 

ILLINOIS RIVER, ILL. 

LAKE MICHIGAN — • .... — ......................... 

PORT OF CHICAGO. ILL. ..... 

MILWAUKEE HARBOR, HIS . ................ 



TOTAL, SHIPPING AREA- 



1,385' 

1,600 

18,122 

1,890 



1,400 



27,632 

2,371 

14,400 



12,119 
16, 849 



3,796 



63,305 

42,«9S 



1,384 
8, 137 



10,015 
52,478 



6 


715 


7 


022 


34 


343 


10 


180 


5 


384 


32 


655 


159 


102 



693 
8,200 
14,389 



1,768 
5,040 
3,360 



2,673 

10,398 

64,586 

6,270 

5,745 

89,672 



1 


525 


1 


551 


1 


564 


27 


202 


14 


956 


2 


,716 


2 


,679 



23,282 



84 



')tatel&olne f t?o mtnebce of the 'l/ni/<<f If'fnte.*, J!) Hi 



TABLE 6--D0ME8TIC INLANO MJvEMFNTS OF CHEMICALS AM' DELATED PRODHC TS--CONT IniiED 
SHTPPING AREA BY RECFIVINr, IBM 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN TONS OF 2,000 POUNDS) 



SHIPPING AREA / 


COAL TAR 
CCOOE 
2811) 


BENZENE 

AND 

Tni.UF.Nf 
(CDDF 
2817) 


SUlFhURlC 

ACID 

(CODE 

2818) 


ALCOHOLS 
(CODE 
?81 5) 


SOOIUW 

HYDROXIDE 

(CAUSTIC 

SODA) 

(CODE 2810) 


CHEMICALS 

AND 

CHEMICAL 

SPECIALTIES 

(ODES 2816, 

2819, 2821, 

2876) 


FERTILIZERS 

AND 
FFMIILIZtP 
MATERIALS 


RECEIVING AREA 


1171, 1<479, 

2871, 2872, 
287!, 2879) 


LAKE MICHIGAN/ 














22,682 
2,881 

1,200 
2,921 

32,863 
































1,660 
1 ,680 
























PORT OF CHICAGOf ILL./ 


16,161 
3,011 












1,116 
1 ,106 
1,071 








17,637 




GULF TNTRACOASTAL WATERWAY' CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, TO 










MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1 BATON ROUSE, LA., TO BUT NOT 


9, 111 








5,938 
1, 179 
1 ,316 
3,1 18 
3,663 
5,526 
7,738 

19, 115 
39 












),122 




19,275 
1,211 


1,328 
















2,731 














10,000 
8,827 

lb, 986 










2,806 




16,939 
16,919 




12,171 

12,171 








8,662 


LOS ANGELES ANO LONG BEACH HARBORS, CALIF./ 






SAN FRANCISCO SAY AREA/ 


11,631 












COLUMBIA RIVER 1 VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE MOUTH/ 












2,660 

3,901 

7.899 
2,371 

16,831 


COLJMBIA RIVER* VANCOUVER* rtA$H.# TO THE DALLES, 














COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNE*ICK, 












711 


























711 


COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, WASH./ 
COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, HASH., TO THE DALLES, 












COLUMBIA RIVER' ABOVE CELILO FALLS TO KENNEWICK, 














21,932 

7,001 
6,153 

50,635 




























6,01 1 
6,011 

U79 
730 

1 ,209 














KlLLAM£TTE AnO YAMMlLL RIVERS, OREG./ 

COLUMBIA RIVER' VANCOUVER, WASH., TO THE DALLES, 








































PUGET SOUND ANO TRIBUTARY WATERS/ 










93,796 




SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA/ 










3 
135 




ALASKA PENINSULA/ 





























Section 3 
WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



85 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 

TABLE 1— TOTAl COMMERCE; TON-MILES AND TONS 8V TYPE OF TRAFFIC AND AVERAGE M»UL 

CALENDAR YEARS 1974-1983 

(IN THOUSANOS) 



87 



TOTAL, 
FOREIGN AND 
DOMESTIC 



GREAT LAKES 
PORTS 



COASTAL 
PORTS 



COASTWISE 



LAKEWISE 



INTERNAL 



LOCAL 



ton-miles : 

1983-- ---- 

198? 

1961--- — — 
1980--------- 

1979. -------- 

1978 — — — 
1977 — .. — — 
1976—— — 
J97S- 

1978......... 



TONS 



1983- 
1982— 

1981-- 
1980-- 
1979— 
1978 — 
1977 — 
1976— 
1975" 
1974 — 



AVERAGE HAUL : 
PER TON) 



(MILES 



1961- 
1980- 
1979- 
1978« 
1977- 
1976- 
1975- 
1974- 



969, 161,626 
964,696,925 
1,023,636,494 
1,016,065, 161 
931 ,646,381 
926,297,656 
692,527,420 
677, 180, 9S3 
639,450,727 
656,164,337 



1,704,501 
1,773,929 
1,938,428 
1,995,300 
2,069,757 
2,018,079 
1,904,569 
1,832,060 
1,692,162 
1,742,734 



S80.3 
543.9 
526.1 
509,2 
450.2 
459.9 
363.6 
369.6 
377.9 
376.5 



69,596,038 

78,426,221 
94,223,136 

94,249,417 
103,086,891 
101,034,394 
93,527,384 
65,327,501 
73,466,504 
69,819,094 



751,140 
819,731 
887,102 
921,404 
993,445 
946,057 
935,257 
855,964 
798,707 
764,069 



92.7 

*5.7 

106.2 

102.3 

103.8 

106.6 

100.0 

99.7 

98.1 

91.4 



« 24,309,164 

• 27,165,490 
« 35,293,982 

• 33,679,592 

• 43,146,432 

• 42,106,783 

• 37,734,279 

• 34,347,899 
» 29,944,755 
» 25,799,993 



46,411 
50,395 
63,210 
60,592 
73,760 
70,600 
69, 164 
65,657 
56,882 
51,462 



502.1 
539.1 
558.4 
555.8 

585.0 
596.4 
545.6 
523,1 
526.4 
501.3 



•« 45,286,674 

•» 51,262,731 

«« 58,929,156 

•• 60,569,825 

•• 59,940,459 

•• 58,925,611 

•* 55.793,105 

•« 50,979,602 

»» 43,521,749 

** 44,019, 101 



702,729 
769,336 
623,892 
860,612 
919,665 
875,457 
866,093 
790,307 
691,625 
712,627 



64.4 
66.6 
71.5 
70.4 
65.2 
67.3 
64.4 
64.5 
62.9 
61.8 



9l9 ( 

666, 
929, 
921, 
828, 
827, 
599, 
591, 
565, 
566, 



565,588 
466, 704 
413,356 
835,764 
759,490 
263,262 
000,036 
853,482 
984,223 
345,243 



649, 749,453 

632, 

634, 
631, 
532, 
540, 
343, 
522, 
315, 
322, 



707,073 
765,277 
149,247 
290,272 
373,236 
536,591 
932,250 
645,946 
602,209 



953,361 

954,198 

1,051,326 

1,073,696 

1,076,312 

1,072,022 

969,312 

976,096 

943,475 

978,645 



964.6 
929.0 
884.0 
858.4 
770.0 
771.6 
618.0 
606.3 
599.9 
599.1 



J_ 



309,63^ 
311,056 
321,990 
329,609 
304,666 
305,343 
246,063 
236,279 
231,932 
233.356 



2,098.4 
2,034.0 
1,971.4 
1,914.6 
1,747.1 
1,769.7 
1,384.6 
1,366.7 
1,361.8 
1,383.3 



43,066, 156 
35,623,255 

62,148,360 
61,747,114 
77,968,769 
76,264,040 
52,416,921 
70,684,161 
66,516,762 
76,880,393 



63,447 

72,085 
115,418 
115,124 
143,564 
142,663 
109,080 
132.113 
129,331 
146,067 



516.4 
494,2 
536.5 

536.4 
543.1 
534,7 
480.5 
535.0 
529.6 
540.0 



225, 
217, 
231, 
227, 
217, 
209, 
201, 
197, 
160, 
183, 



628,298 
026,666 
164,111 
342,991 
090,226 
266, 160 
784,225 
072,603 
399,193 
202,577 



487, 132 

495,453 
520,666 
534,979 
534,969 
534,509 
528,705 
523,973 
503,932 
511,022 



463.2 
436.0 
444.0 
405.0 
405.6 
391.5 
361.7 
376.1 
356.0 
358.5 



1 ,099,681 
1,1 11,668 
1,315,568 
1,596,912 
1,410,223 
1,339,826 
1,262,299 
1,164,248 
1,222,322 
1,460,064 



73,145 

75,602 
93,250 
94,189 
93,114 
89,507 
63,444 
63,731 
76,279 
68,196 



1S.0 
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l«.l 
l*.' 
15.1 
14.9 
15.1 
15.9 
IS. 6 
16.6 



• 8ASE0 ON DISTANCES TRANSPORTED ON GREAT LAKES AND ST. LAWRENCE RIVER TO INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY AT ST. REGIS, QUEBEC, CANADA. 
»• BASED ON DISTANCES TRANSPORTED ON UNITED STATES WATERWAYS FROM ENTRANCE CHANNELS TO PORTS AND WATERWAYS. 

• EXCLUDES INTRATERRITORY TRAFFIC FOR WHICH TON-MILES WERE NOT COMPILEO) 1983, 3, 160 THOUSAND TONSI 1962, 2,811 THOUSAND TONS) 
1961, 3tl30 THOUSAND TONS) 1980, 3,586 THOUSAND TONS) 1979, 4,001 THOUSANO TONS) 1978, 3,271 THOUSAND TONS) 1977, 3,654 THOUSAND TONS) 
1976, 2.948 THOUSAND TONS) 1975, 2,652 THOUSAND TONS) 1974, 4,055 THOUSANO TONS) 



TABLE 2— nnMESTIC TOf'-MILES type of TRAFFIC by sfrvice 

CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN THOUSANDS) 





TOTAL 


REGULATFU 


FXEMPT, FOR HIRE 


PRIVATE 


Type uf traffic 


TON-MLES 


PERCENT OF 


TON-MILFS 


PtHCENT OF 


TON-^ILES 


PERCENT OF 


TUN-MILES 


PERCENT OF 


TOTAL, 
DOMESTIC 


TRAFFIC 


TOTAl , 
DOMESTIC 


TRAFFIC 


TOTAL, 
0C1MESTIC 


TRAFFIC 


TOTAL, 
DHMESTIC 


TRAFFIC 




649, 749,453 

43,086,156 

225,628,298 

1 ,099,681 


70.7 
4.7 

24.5 
0.1 


100. 
100.0 
100.0 
100.0 


28, 195.629 
11,673 

15,61 1,287 
21,647 


64.2 
0.1 

35.6 
0.1 


4.3 
0.0 
6.9 
2.0 


435,945,314 

32,629,143 

191,940,513 

839,500 


66.0 
4.9 

29.0 
0.1 


67.1 
75.7 
K5.1 
76.3 


185,608,510 

10,447,140 

18,076,496 

238,534 


86.6 
4.9 
8.4 
0.1 


28.6 

24.3 

8.0 

21.7 










TOTAL DOMESTIC- 


919,565,588 


100.0 


100.0 


43,840,436 


100.0 


4.6 


661,354,470 


100.0 


71.9 


214, 570,682 


1 oo.n 


23.3 



88 



Watel/tolne ^otnmebce of tfie °llniied tftateb, 4983 



CHART I - TON-MILES AND AVERAGE HAUL 
BY TYPE OF TRAFFIC 1974 - 1983 



TON-MILES 
BILLIONS 

900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 
I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 



AVERAGE HAUL 
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TOTAL DOMESTIC 
1983 
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1981 
1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 



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1983 
1982 
1981 
1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 



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1982 

1981 

1980 
1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 



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1981 


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1980 


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1979 


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1977 


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1976 


1 3.9 


1975 


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WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



89 



CHART 2 - DOMESTIC TON-MILES BY TYPE OF SERVICE. 1983 
919.6 BILLION TON-MILES 




REGULATED 
43.8 BILLION 
4.8% 



CHART 3 - DOMESTIC TON-MILES BY TYPE OF SERVICE, 
BY TYPE OF TRAFFIC, 1983 



REGULATED 



EXEMPT, FOR HIRE 



PRIVATE 




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91 



TABLE O.-00MFSTIC TON-HUES rOMMOOITY BY SFRVKE. CALENDAR VFaR 1985 
(!' THOUSANDS) 



C nM»(l"IT» 



F«E»PT, FIR HIRE 



TOTAL --------------------------------------- --------- 

FARM PRODUCTS 

0101 COTTON, RAn — — - — — — — ...J.-....-.-..... .......... 

0102 BARLEY ANO RYE---"--"-------------.---------"— -- 

010 J CURS-----.. ............. .................... 

01 on n» TS-- ......-.......--.-....-.-.-..-..... ............ 

0105 RICE — — — — — — 

010*. sorghum JRilNS— —--——— —- - 

010T nhFat- — — — — — — — — — ............ ............... 

Oil 1 SOYBEANS- ......-...-...-.-.----.-.--- ................ 

0119 OILSEEDS, NEC- --..... .......................... 

0151 TOBACCO, LE»F — — 

0122 MAY and FODDER — — — -- — — ---"-"-- — -"""-- — "- 

0129 FIELD CROPS. NEC—— — -- — --"---- — — - ------ 

01S1 FRESH FRUITS------ .--""-..-. — ---..- — ...-.""-.-. 

0112 "ASANAS AND PLANTAINS — — — — — — — —— — — — — — — 

01 J J COFFEE — — ———— — — ——— — — ............ 

0130 CUCOA BEANS — ................................. ....... 

0H1 FRESH AND FROZEN VEGETABLES.- ............. ........... 

0151 LIVE ANIMALS" .......... ......... .......... 

0161 ANIM»LS AND PRODUCTS. Nt C — - — "-"------ ............ 

0191 MISCELLANEOUS FAR" PRODUCTS.--------.-----— ......... 

FOREST PRODUCTS 

0»01 CRUDE RUBBER ANU ALLIED GUMS------ --.- — - — ......... 

0861 FOREST PRODUCTS. NEC"----"-----"----- — -------- 

FRESH FISH i OTHER XARINF PRODUCTS 

0911 FRESH FISH, EXCEPT SHELLFISH-..-..-..- — ........... — 

0912 SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PREPARED — - — — — •- — — — — — — — 

0913 "ENHADFN... ......-.-..— ..................... ........ 

09J1 MAHINF SHELLS, UNMANUFACTURED — — — — — — — — — — — 

METALLIC ORES 

1011 IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES — — — --"- — ——— — - 

1051 ALUMINUM ORES, CONCENTRATES--------- - ---- - --------- 

1061 ■IANGANFSE ORES, CONCENTRATES- — — — -- — --.. ......... 

1091 NONFERROUS ORES, CONCENT, NEC-------------------- — 

rOAL 
1121 COAL AND LI6NITE-- .——..- — .-- .. ... ... 

CRUDE PETROLEUM 

1311 CHI'OE PETROLEUM..—.....-...———.-—....... — -.. 

NONMFTALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS 

Ml 1 LIMESTONE------"- — - — - — — — ----— — — — - 

1112 BUILDING STONE. UNkORKFD... ............ ....... ....... 

1002 SAND, r.RAVEL, CRUSHED ROCK — — — — — . — — — — — — — 

1051 CLAY — — — — — — — — ........................ ...... 

1071 PHOSPHATE ROCK— — — — — — — ............... 

1091 SALT........... — ——— — — — — — — — — — — — ——— 

1092 SULPHUR, DRY-— ...................................... 

109J SULPHUR, LIQUID— ————— — 

1090 GYPS im, CRUDE AND PLASTERS-. - — .................. .... 

1099 NONMETALLIC MINERALS, NEC-------" — "---- — --------- 

ORDNANCE 1 ACCESSORIES 

1911 ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES— ......... 

FOOD I KINDRFD PRODUCTS 

2011 MEAT, FRESH, CHILLED, FROZEN... ............ 

2012 MEAT AND PRODUCTS, NF C ------------------------------- 

201a TAILON, ANIMAL FATS AND OILS---. ................... — 

2015 ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS, NE C— — — — — .—. ——— — — 

2021 DAIRY PRODUCTS, NFC----------------- ----- — . — ...... 

2022 OPIE" mj l « and CREAM — .... — . — ......-.. — .... — ..... 

2031 FISH AND SHFLLFISH, P»FP ARED-. ................ ....... 

203o VEGETABLES AND PREP, NEC-- — — — — — ....... 

2039 PREP FOUIT A"0 VEG JUKE, VF C ------------------------ 

2001 hhFat flour and sEmolI'-a-- .--.-.... .................. 

2002 ANIm»l FEEDS---- — — - — - ———.- — — ........ 

2009 GRAIN -ILL PRODUCTS, NEC--- — — — — — — — ------- 

2061 SUGAR----- — .- ............ 

2062 MOLASSES-- - — — — — — — — — — . — — — — — -. 

2081 ALCOHOLIC BEVFRAr.FS — — — — — — — — — ----.. — .- — - 

2091 VEGETABLE OILS, MARG, SHORT--- — ............. ........ 

2092 AMM4L OILS AND FATS, NEC----- ..-- — - — ............. 

209O GROCERIES-- — — — ———.- — — ........... 

2095 ICE---— — — — — — ............. 

2099 MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PRuDUCTS — — — — — ............ 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

2111 TOBACCO MANUFACTURES-- — — — .—— ................. . 

BAStr TFXTTLES 

2211 BASIC TEXTILF PRODUCTS .......... 

2212 TEXTILF FIBERS. NEC ........ ......... 



9|9,5<-5,58B 



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661 ,350.070 



210,370,682 





1 


331 


1 


009 




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606 


8 


582 


03 


618 

179 
850 


038 
008 
353 


120 


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75 




869 


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953 


12 


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823 


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205 


20 


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789 
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052 


60 


266 




1 


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7 


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50 




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958 


38 


060 




326 


620 


1 3 


680 




3 


706 


1 


355 




03 


886 


36 


016 




20 


607 


20 


607 




330 


218 


1 1 


798 




12 


968 




97 




16 


3?9 


I 


030 




82 


103 




550 



5,099 
21 ,0'7 



20,083 

03, 160 

870 

689,778 



30,010,770 
165,589 
028,829 
290, 197 



57,000,573 



071,177,813 



59 

1.0S3 



10,353 
1 nq 



1 ,037,390 
130,858 
315,606 
1 15,917 



16,972,660 



5 


100 


766 




530 




2 


676 




70 


5 


160 


965 


10 


103 


3 

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152 

683 

380 


321 
282 
732 


7 


767 





332 







987 




62 


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902 


081 


070 


813 




031 


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18 


383 




720 


502 


19 


163 



398 


858 


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780 


97 


717 


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613 


272 


630 


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907 


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370 




316 


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892 


17 


300 


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06) 




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170 


556 


21 


119 


326 


205 


26 


526 


729 


316 





673 


208 


625 


1 


533 


6,656 


100 


23 


O07 


6,082 


998 


8 


808 


0,253 


711 


175 


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1,252 
593 


668 
377 






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201 




826 


096 


091 


70 


266 


2 


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1,117 


831 


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730 



282 

200,071 

02,855,069 

1 79,008 

010,308 

602.069 

10,915,690 

19,222,660 

10,91 1 

565 

7.535 

098 

312.037 

2,351 

7,81 9 



12,993 
639,363 



003,970 

?2o,983 

690,888 

1, 192, »59 



503 
51 



320,010 
12.871 
15.261 
81,553 



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19,580 



3.705 
21,216 



313,257 

11,815 



259, 705 
1 ,069 



19,930,096 

30,731 

113,183 

170,127 



56,202,723 



335,821 ,(,93 



0,293,558 
2,606 

2,859, 170 
120,726 

3,512,089 

0,372,665 
0,925 

1 ,550,013 
01?, 878 
678,230 



383.255 

96, 100 

270,727 

1 0, 050 

82,092 

10,993 

106,757 

297,761 

720,000 

207,092 

6,565,587 

5,906,589 

3,<.65, 163 

1 ,200,002 

050,509 

1.225,505 
30,658 

020,582 

1 .665 

1 ,026,609 



53,065 
1 0,706 



10,025 

21,839 

870 

606,979 



,638,880 
153 



209,630 



1 18,383,056 



806,678 



2,287,608 

19,828 

170,793 

3,735 



877,255 

328 

23,109 



7,680 

1,918 

603 



67, 1 10 

567,561 

013,503 

8,666 

3,769 

87,75" 

8,757 

1 ,603 

1 .188 

1 ,092 



92 



J Ma/*oAoin« ( €on%tne%c« of /Am %lnit»4 .'//a/**, 4983 



T»m_F a-. domestic ton-milfs commodity by sfrvice, 

(IN THOUSAND*) 



CALENDAR YFAR 1963 — CONTINUED 



REGULATED 



EXEMPT, POP MI»J 



APPAREL * OTHER FINISHED TFXTIIF 
PRODUCTS, I Nri'D I ""G KNIT 

231 I APPABFL • — - 

LIJMHFH * l " r " ir ' PRODS. ,EXC. FURNITURF 

201 | LOGS— —"-••-——— —————— •>»••• 

?ui? oaftf'i tnr,<t... ................................. ...... 

2013 FUEL i>OOD, CHARCOAL, WASTES — ...................... — 

2410 TIMBFR, POSTS, POLES, PILING— ••-——— ■ 

2015 PI'LP*OOD, LOG-- ... — . — ---...--...-..-.-.--........ .. 

2o|6 »ooo chips, staves, moldings—— — — — ——————— 

20? 1 LU«RER— — — — — — .... — ..-..—... — .—-. — . 

2031 VE ,( EER, PI Yxoup, «OP«ED fOon- ....................... . 

2491 »000 MANUFACTURES, NtC-..---. .-.-.-....---...-. ...... 

FURNITURE I FIXTURFS 

2511 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES-..--.--.--.-. — . — .—-..-... 

PULP, PAPER * ALLIED PRODUCTS 

261 1 PULP---- - ------ - — — — — — — — ............. 

2621 STANDARD NEWSPRINT PAPER- -- — — - — -- ................ 

2631 PAPER AND PAPERHOARO"-"-- — — - — — .— — — — — — — 

2691 PULP A*'R PAPER PRODUCTS, NEC — — — — — — — — — — — 

PRINTFD MATTER 
2711 PRIMTET MATTER— ————— — —-—•—••- 

CHEMICALS K ALLIED PRODUCTS 

2810 SOnillM MYDROXTDF----------- — — — — — — — — — . 

2811 CRUDE TAR, OIL. GAS PRODUCTS--.. — - — — ..—-....-.. 

2812 DYES, PIGMENT, TANNING mats — — — — — — — — — — — 

2813 SLTOMOLS------ — — — — — — — ......................... 

2816 RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS, PASTES — — — - — — — • — — — 

2817 RtNZEUE AND TOLUENE--------------------- — — — — — — 

2818 SULPHURIC ACID.-— ........................... ........ 

2819 BASK CHEMICALS AND PROD, NFC-- — — — — ——— — 

2821 PLASTIC MATERIALS------- — — — — — — — — — — — — 

2822 SYNTHETIC RIJP8ER ......-....- — .-. — ... ........ 

2823 SYNTHETIC (mam. MADE) FIBERS------"- — -.--- — - — ..... 

28 31 DRUGS — --.-"--.-------------- — .---.-...--.- — - — .. 

28(11 SPAP — — — - — ........... ....... ............. ........ . 

2851 PAINTS--- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

2861 GUM AND i»ODD CHEMICALS---.-- — --"-- — — - — --- — — .. 

2871 VITROGFNOUS CHEM FERTILIZERS---— -------------------- 

2872 POTASSTC CHE*' FERTILIZERS — — — — — --- — - — — — -- 

2873 PHOSPHATIC CHEM FERTILIZERS - — ---. ... .... 

2876 INSECTICIDES, DISINFECTANTS------------------ - — — 

2879 FtRTILTZER AND MATERIALS, NEC- — - — -. — — - — .—— — 
2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROD..... — ........ ......... 

PETROLEUM & COAL PRODUCTS 

291 1 GASOLINE-- ————— — — — ......... 

2912 JET FIIFL — -—— — - — ......... .. .............. 

2913 KEROSENF— ... . ...................... ................. 

291(1 DISTILLATE FUFL OIL--- — .............. ............... 

2915 RESIDUAL FUEL 01 L — — — — — — — — — — — — 

2916 LUBRICATING OILS AND. GREASES-.------.....-.....- — — - 

2917 NAPHTHA, PFTROLEUM SOLVENTS——————— 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, AND PITCHES"--"""--"" — ---- — -- 

2920 Cll*E, PETROLFUM COKE — - — -.-- — . — — .... — ......... 

2921 LIOUEFIED GASES--- — — — — — — — — — ............ 

2951 ASPHALT BUILDING MATERI ALS-- -- — - — -------.- — ....... 

2991 PETROLEUM AND COAL PROD, NFC------ — .-.. — — — ..... 

RUhbER * MISC. PLASTIC PRODUCTS 

3011 PURSER AND MISC PLASTIC PROD— .................. ..... 

LEATHFR & LEATHER PRODUCTS 

3111 LEATHER AND IEATHER PRODUCTS — .-. — -.-.— ............. 

STONE. CLAY, CLASS,* CONCRETE PROD. 

3211 GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS — - — — — — ——— — 

3241 RUILDING CEMENT--- — —— — — — — ......... 

3251 STRUCTURAL CLAY ppnDUCTS— — --- — — -- ......... ....... 

3271 LIME- — — —— ————— — ... 

3281 CUT STONE AND STONE PRODUCTS-- — — — — — — — 

3291 "ISC N0NMETALL1C MINERAL PRDO- — — — — — — — — - 

PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS 

3311 PIG IRON--- — ——— — — — .. — — — — ....... 

3312 SI AG- — ...................................... ........ 

3310 IRON ano STEFI pbImapy forms---- — — — — — — — - 

3315 IROU, STEEL SHAPES, FXC SHEET — — ................. 

3316 TBO\ nil STEFL PLATES, SHEETS-.-- — ..- — -. — ......... 

3317 IROV A»0 STEEL B IPF AN" TUBE- — --. — - — - — - ————- 

3318 CERRDAl LOYS---- — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

3319 IRON Ai'D STEFL PRODUCTS, NFC... — ..... — ... — .-. — . 

3321 NO'.'FFRI'OHS METALS, NEC - ----------- - -- - — - — — - — 

332? COPPFR ALLOYS, 'I'm )RKE n. ...... ...... ......... ........ 



70,182 



107,518 

513,007 

17,938 

6a, 320 

175,579 

209,675 

1,285,692 

220,812 

307,762 



284,800 



210,936 
100,052 
318,195 
615,239 



35,703 



13,668 



19,000 

7,869 

322 

9,196 

75,065 

00,029 

609,369 

09,389 

9,865 



58,296 



171,251 
23,570 

162.889 
88,653 



13,683 



3 


028 


761 


315 


062 


1 


067 


722 


132 


015 




5 


429 




39 


3 


927 


653 
414 
224 


992 


118 


1 


250 


92 


639 




352 


355 




26 


19 


976 


605 


5,726 


837 




66 


762 


14 


407 




20 


467 




60 




17 


329 


3 


276 




22 


098 


10 


097 




148 


921 


22 


803 




50 


000 


12 


510 




329 


081 


119 


,761 


3 


,690 


,732 


109 


510 


1 


,338 


,250 


1 


,980 




562 


783 


10 


500 




11 


435 


4 


603 


a 


,070 


554 


73 


058 




722 


,649 


34 


,828 


00 


480 


959 


1,230 


980 


9 


641 


069 


214 


913 


1 


on 


521 


2 


824 


32 


,106 


231 


234 


327 


53 


451 


325 


133 


398 


8 


065 


822 


2 


059 


3 


758 


966 


20 


351 





090 


412 


141 


156 


3 


116 


550 


a 


968 




365 


480 




128 




17 


619 


3 


893 


2 


242 


550 


13 


629 




140, 


730 


26 


640 



427 



103 


987 


28 


583 


4,156 


191 


6 


916 


38 


980 


6 


582 


734 


058 


1 


030 


7 


195 




20 


358 


820 


20 


598 


99 


316 


85 


224 


524 


035 


212 


7 35 


489 


860 


220 


823 


1,053 


197 


952 


897 


1,263 


607 


1.033 


105 


580 


517 


411 


505 


880 


031 


711 


860 


546 


086 


073 


708 


89 


250 


35 


122 


52 


002 


09 


577 



73.607 



29,9*1 

075.207 

17.393 

55,076 

35.776 

136.842 

632.66* 

175,185 

337.106 



225,980 



39,632 

76,882 

154,932 

525,082 



58.113 

29,931 

23 

48 

64,718 

28,804 

3,694 

218 

791 



544 



SI 



3T4 

1.504 



26 



2 


120,497 




991,202 




852,253 

5.3*0 

335.483 

914 

833.441 




81,454 


2 


599, 552 






323,644 




131,036 




221.2*1 


10 


468,277 


3 


,781,4*1 




51,047 
20,407 
14,051 
11,601 
125,181 




1,246 






8*7 




37,316 

209,320 
,938.252 




174 


? 




646,470 


1 


,336.267 




1 




475.889 




76,1*4 




5,503 




1,289 


4 


,215.024 




182,072 




208.335 




979, 066 


26 


604,300 


16 


,645.675 


5 


941,628 


1 


,484,546 




560,140 




448,557 


!« 


,122,955 


11 


,788,94* 


28 


,200,371 


25 


,117,556 


3 


796,296 


4 


,267,467 


1 


640,172 


2 


,0*8,441 


3 


356,080 




5*1,176 


3 


106,696 




4,868 




72,306 

13,726 

920.590 




2*3,050 


1 




306,311 



114,016 



13,241 



75,289 

1,241,674 

32.2*0 

667,015 

7,175 

322.376 



14.092 

274,542 

269,037 

100,147 

230,306 

165,555 

166,171 

72,078 

54,128 

2,025 



54 



115 

2,907,601 

106 

46,013 



11.646 



36,758 



151 

196 

1,457 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



93 



TAHLE o-.OT'ESUC TON-"ILES COMMODITY RY SFRVICF, CALENDAR YEAR 1 9«3"CO'lT TNUEO 
(IN THOUSANOS) 
COMMODITY 
PRIMARY »FT»L PRODUCTS 

(continued) 

3323 lt«0 avd zinc, unnorked — - — - — - — .— ........ ............. ............. 

332a aluminum and alloys, uncorked—— ....... .....-.— --—.-.-.-...... ....... 

FABRICATED MfTAL PRODUCTS, EXCEPT 
ORDNANCE, "»CMI>«ERY,S TRANS. EQUIP. 

JOII FABRICATED ME1AL PRODUCTS — — — — --- — .-.. — -— ........................ 

MACHINERY, EXCFPT FLECTRICAI 

JSJf MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL----..----. —— ............. .......... ........ 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, 

EQUIPMENT *SJPPLIES 
5611 ELECTRICAL MACH AND EQUIP.— .......................................... 

TRANSPORTATION FOUIP"ENT 

37 I 1 MOTOR VEHICLES, PARTS, EOOIP — — -.-... ——. — ...— .................. ..... 

3721 AIRCRAFT AND PARTS-.--- — — - — — — -. — — — ——..... — -.-. — .. — -... — ... 

37J1 SHTPS AN» BOATS--.- — — — . — .- — — --.- — — — — .- — — .... — — .— ..... 

3791 "ISC TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT- — ..................................... ..... 

INSTRUMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC A OPTICAL 
COODS, »ATCHES K CLOCKS 

3811 INSTR, TIME, PHOTO, OPT GOODS — — .-.--.-. — -.-.-.—.-.—..-—..- — .--.- ... 

MISC. PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 
3911 KISC MANUFACTUREO PROOUC T S — — ........... ........ ...................... . 

r.JSTE * SCRAP MATERIAIS 

• 1 J IRON AND STEEL SCRAP — . — — ..—- — .— — — — —————- — — — ...... 

•012 NONFERROUS MFTAL SCRAP--..-— ................................. ............ 

• 0?? TEXTILE MASTE, SCRAP, SKEE P-«- — -.-... — ........ ............... ........... 

0020 PAPER oASTE AND SCRAP-...-.-..-. — -..... — — .—.—- — ---......- — ..-. — -. 

4029 «ASTE AND SCRAP, NEC .... ............ ................................... ... 

SPECIAL ITEMS 

• 111 WATER — .—.——.—. ......................... ................ ........... 

• 112 COMMODITIES, NEC — — — — — — — .... . ................. .............. ... 



TOTAL REHU|.ATED EXFMPT, FOR HIRE PRIVATE 



10?, 70*. 
176, 20u 



""15,213 



175, OM 

t,oss 

24,339 
75,037 



7S.053 
150, 106 



85,600 
896 
318 

16,507 



1,617, 176 

6,270 

878 

910 

665,557 



09,016 
8,066,858 



1,21 1,511 

2,?04 

11 

878 



366 

u, U98, UM 



27,188 
17, 188 



285,240 



388,834 

159 

9, 000 

59,023 



000,222 

4,066 

867 

36 

076,923 



36,811 
3,550,376 



11.8J9 

10,001 



94 



Wateltotn* Wotntnetc* of /A# 'l/» «'/•</ .!/7«/#*, /.y,yj 



TAULE S — OOMFSMC TON-k'ILFS 



COMMODITY BY TYPE OF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(IN THOUSANDS) 



rn-'MnniTi 



LAKEkISE 



LOC»L 



TuTAL---------- — — — — — — ........ 

farm Pnnr>urTs 

0101 COTTON, BA» — ................ 

010? 1ARLFY AMI H\^.... .................... ............ 

0103 t dun. --..-------...-...-..-.-----•------.-.-.— --- 

01 Oil OATS" — —— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

oio 1 ; ricf- ......... — ......... — ...................... 

0106 SORGHII" r.»IHS 

mo; twf a t................................. ............ 

0111 SOYHFAWS — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

1 1 o nliSFE"S, NEC————————— 

0IJ1 TOBACCO, LEAF—- — - — — --..-..--..-...... — ... — . 

0122 HAY AND FDDDF.R- -.-..-.-- — — ---- — -.. ............. 

r>1?9 FIFLD CRT'S. NEC"——— "■--«•»••"»«••■-«"»-»" 

0131 FRFSH FR'IITS-- ————————————————— . 

013? PANAMAS AND PLANTAINS — .......--.--..-.......--... 

0133 COFFEE- — - — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

0134 COCOA HEANS-- ..- — ..- — .......-- — -..-. — ......... 

0141 FRFSH AND FROZEN VEGE TAHLE S — ----- — — --.- — — ... 
01SI LIVE ANIMALS — — — — — — — — — . — -..- — .......... 

0161 ANIMALS ANO PRODUCTS, NEC- — — — — — — — - 

0191 MISCELLANEOUS FARM PWOOUC TS — — -—. — .-. — ....... 

FORFST PRODUCTS 

0841 CRUDF RUBBER AND ALLIED GUMS----— — . — — — ...... 

0S61 FORFST PRPDULTS, IlEC----------- - — — •-- — ------ 

FRFSH FISH *, OTHFR MAPTNf PRODI. CTS 

0911 FRFSH FISH, EXCEPT SHELLFISH — - — - — -- — — — — 

091? SHFLLFTSH, EXCEPT PREPARED----------- ------------ 

0913 MFNHADFN--— -------------------------------------- 

0931 k'ABIMF SHELLS, UNMANUF ACTUREO — — — -. ......... .... 

MFTALLIC ORES 

1011 IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES- — ———-- — — — 

1051 ALUMINUM ORES, CONCENTRA TES— -————-— 

1061 MANGANESE ORES, CONCENTRATES — — — — — — — — 

1091 NONFERROUS ORES, CONCENT, NEC-- — — — — — — — — 

COAL 

1121 COAL AND LIGNITE—- ...... .. 

CRUDE PETROLEUM 
ISll CRUDE PETROLEUM----- — -.--------- — - — — — . 

MONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS 

1411 LIMESTONE— —— .. — . — . — — —— — .. 

1<I12 BUILDING STONE, UNxORKED — — — — — — — — — — ----- 

1442 SAND, GRAVEL, CRUSHED ROCK---- — - — .-...- — . — ... 

1451 CLAY--.- — ... ........................... 

1471 PHOSPHATE ROCK---------- — — — — — — ..... 

1491 SALT------------------ - ---- - — — — — — — — — 

149? SULPHUR, DRY — — ——— — .......... ....... 

1493 SULPHUR, LIUUTO- — — — — — ——— — ——— — .. 

1494 GYPSU", CRUDE AND PL ASTERS- — -------- — — — — — 

1499 NUNMETALLIC mjnERALS, NEC-------------- — — — 

ORDNANCE » ACCFSSORIES 

1911 ORDNANCE AND ACCESSOR IES- — ——— — — — — — 

FOOD & KINDRED PRODUCTS 

2011 MEAT, FRESH, CHILLED, FROZEN-- — — ........... ... 

2012 "FAT AND PRODUCTS, NFC----- — - — —— — — — — — — 

20)4 TALLOW, ANIMAL FATS AND OILS--- — — — — — — — ..... 

2015 ANIMAL RY-PRODUCTS, NEC-------- - --- — — — ----- 

2021 DAIRY PRODUCTS, NEC--- — — — — — — — — — ...... 

20?? JiRIFD "ILK Ann CREAM..... — . — .............. ...... 

2031 FISH A'D SHELLFISH, PREPARED-..-. — -------.- — . — . 

2034 VEGETABLES AND PREP, NEC-------- - — . ——— — — 

2039 PREP FRUIT AND VEG JUICE, NET — — — — ........ 

2041 KHFAT FLOUR AND SEMOL I N A — . — — — — — — — — — — . 

2042 AK'TMAL FEE'IS-- — — — ———— — — — — — 

2049 GRAI>; "ILL PPOOIJCTS, NFC — — — — — — — — 

2061 SUGAR------------- - - — — — — — ............ 

2062 "OLASSES--- — — ——— — — — — — — — — 

2081 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES — — — ——— — — ...... 

2091 VEGETABLE OILS, HART,, SHORT — — — — — — — — 

209? ANTM» L OILS AND FATS, NEC — — — — — — — — — 

209u GROCERIES- — — — — — ————— — — — — 

2095 ICF— — — — — — — — — ............ 

2099 MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PRODUCTS---- — — --------------- 

TOBACCO PROOIICTS 

2111 TOBACCO MANUFACTURES- — — ——— — — —— — 

BASIC TEXTILES 

2211 BASIC TEXTILE PRODUCTS — ——— — — — — — — 

2212 TFXTTLE FIBERS, NEC------------------- — 



919,565,588 



649,749,453 



43,088, 156 



225,628,298 



1,331 

225,646 

43,618,438 

179,408 

"54,353 

869,405 

12,031 ,823 

20,475,789 

10,911 

2,052 

7,585 

38,958 

326,624 

3,706 

43,886 

24,647 

334,218 

12,968 

16,329 

82,103 



5,099 
21,087 



24,483 

43,164 

874 

689,778 



30,010,774 
165,589 
428,829 
290, 197 



57,400,573 



471,177,813 



5,100,766 
2,676 

5, 160,965 
152,321 

3,683,282 

4,380,732 
4,987 

2,902,481 
431,589 
720,502 



398,858 

97,717 

272,634 

14,370 

99,892 

11,061 

170,556 

326,205 

729,316 

248,625 

6,656, 104 

6,482,998 

4,253,711 

1,252,668 

593,377 

1,324,776 

40,241 

496,491 

2,855 

1,117,831 



313,257 
11,815 



1 
1? 

310 

3 

555 

261 

5 

1 

2 

6 

326 

1 

39 

24 

319 

12 

13 

82 



049 
870 

953 

090 
563 
457 
376 
862 
69 
846 
887 
4)9 
.595 
,706 
768 
647 
957 
968 
100 
103 



85,420 
21 ,680 



1,159,527 



127 

43,307 

154 

298 

868 

10,610 

20,469 

10 

4 
32 



282 

,349 
,483 
,393 
,790 
,948 
,337 
,863 
,842 
206 
,698 
,512 



765 
957 
223 



5,089 
21,033 



13,491 
21,104 



28,483,163 



9,043 



464, 146,705 



1,135 

199 

146,262 

12,892 

3,672,992 

104,205 

2.267 

2,644,232 

16,534 

43,206 



398,858 

97,687 

32,571 

11,817 

99,458 

9,383 

170,548 

315,408 

729,316 

52,220 

409,713 

115,362 

3,895,898 

723,566 

586,733 

149,507 

826 

496,417 



6,813,198 



131 



4,358,482 

16 

281,24) 

47 



10,637 

22,043 

874 

687,918 



1,526,560 
165,589 
428,285 
281,055 



48,081,743 



6,914,699 



199,865 
56 



206,917 
25 



739 
2 

,656 

138 

10 

,076 

2 

254 

207 

676 



,890 
,961 
.465 
,811 
,290 
,662 
,664 
,254 
,988 
,152 



30 

239,952 

2,553 



434 
68 



1 ,610 

8 

10,522 



1,077,6.17 



28,730 



294,388 
2,793 



2 
124 



196,405 

6,245,531 

6,367,621 

357,813 

528,974 

6,644 

1,174,156 

38,924 

68 

2,850 

40,090 



T 

2 

2*5 



583 

64 



SSI 



355 
IT 



1,8*0 



1,051 



588 

35 



87, SSI 



116,278 



1,259 



76,997 
571 



3,995 

150 

1,119 



111 



1,091 
891 



18,869 

9,022 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



95 



TAHLF S--DOMFSTlr T0N-"IIES 



ri'MWIIOITY BY TYPF nF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR YFAO I OK3--CO' T I NUFD 
(IN THOUSANDS) 



roMMooi T-* 



r"«ST»ISF tAKEwISE 



APPAREL i OTHER FINISHED TEXTILf 
PRODUCTS, INCUD'NG KNIT 

231 1 APPABEl — 

LUMBER A HOOD PRODS. ,F»C. FURNITURE 

20t I LOGS— — - — — - - 

2012 RAFTED LJGS---- .................. ...... 

?OU Fl.lFL HCO'). CHARCOAL, «ASTES-"-""---------""" 

2RI0 TIMBER, POSTS, POLES, PILING---. ............... ... 

2015 PULPnOOD, LOG""""""""""" — — — -""" 

2016 wOOO CHIPS, STAVES, MOLDINGS — - — " — -- — -------- 

202-1 LU-BF R- — - ........-.......-...-.-.-..-... — ....- .. 

2oJl VENEER, PLYnOOO, WORKED wood — - — - — . — — — — — — - 

2««1 XOOD MANUFACTURES, NEC — "-"""-"-" — — ------- 

FtlRNTT'lRE 4 FIXTURES 

2S11 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES--------------- .......... 

»ULP, PAPfR * ALLIFO PRODUCTS 

261 1 PULP------------------------------------------ 

2621 STANDARD. NEWSPRINT PAPER-----.........-.-....--...' 

2651 PAPER IW PAPFR80ARD— -------- — — -- — — — -- — " 

2691 PULP AND PAPER PRODUCTS, NFC------------- .. — - 

PRINTED MATTER 

2711 PRINTED ■■ATTER.--... ..-..-..-------.--.. .......... 

CHF^ICALS * ALLIED PRODUCTS 

2*10 SODIUM MYOROXIOE..-... — -...«...-......... — .. 

2811 CRUDF TAR, OIL, GAS PRODUCTS-.-.-"--- — ----.- — - 

2812 DYES, PIGMENT, TANNING "A T S ..-•..-.-.. ............ 

2SI5 ALCOHOLS-- —.——.—. ............ 

2816 RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS, WASTES----.-..------- .----. 

2817 BENZENE j.,t TOLUENE--- — -----..-..-..---..... ..... 

2818 SULPHURIC ACID.-.-..-.--. . — . ....... 

2819 BASIC CHEMICALS AND PROD, NEC----.. . .............. 

2821 PLASTIC ► ATFBIALS---- — — — — — — — — . 

2822 ST'-TMETIC RURBFR — ............ .................... 

2825 SYNTHETIC (MAN. HADE) FIBERS.--"--------- — ....... 

2831 DRUGS-.------------- — - — . — -. — — — ....... ...... 

2801 SOAP-....----.- — . — — — .--.-.-- — -.-...-.-. — . 

2851 PAINTS .-...-.- — .......... ........... 

2861 GU" AND nOOD CHE»ICALS— .............. ........ 

2871 NITROGENOUS CHE" FERTILIZERS--..-- — — .--..—.--.. 

2872 POTASSIC ChEh FERTILIZERS- — " — ""-"" — .-- — 

2875 PHOSPHATIC Chem FERTILIZERS--------- - — . — — - 

2876 INSECTICIDES, DISINFECTANTS- — — .- — .- — — -- 

2879 FERTILIZER AMD MATERIALS, 'IK 

2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROP — - — — — . — — — — .— 

PETROLEUM * COAL PRODUCTS 

29U GASOLI'E ..................... 

2912 JET F , fL ... ........ .................. ......... 

2915 KEROSENE .-.---- — --- — — — --.- — -.-..--. — - — .-.- 

2910 PISTILLATE FUEL DIL- — — — ..-.. — ... ......... 

2915 RESIDUAL FUEL OIL-."-----------------------" — -. 

2916 LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES----""----.-..-."-. 

2917 '-APHTHA, PETROLEUM SOLVENTS.--- — — — — — — — — — 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, AND PI T( HE S — -- — — ------ — — — — - 

29J0 COKE, PETROLEUM rnKE— ---------------------------- 

2921 LIOUEFIED GASES — . — — ---. — — — — — ..... 

2951 ASPHJLT BUILDING MATERIALS-- — — - — -.- — .-.-..-.-. 
2991 PETROLEUM AND COAL PROD, NEC--- — — — — — — — ... 

RUBBER A MISC. PLASTIC PRODUCTS 

301 1 RUBBER A>.0 MJSC PLASTIC PROD-...-..-...-...-...... 

LEATH^ A LEATHER PRODUCTS 

5111 LEATHER AND LEATHER PhTPuC TS — — -- — - — — --- — — . 

STONE, CLAY, GLASS,* CONCRETE PNOD. 

3211 GLASS AND GLASS PROOUC TS — — — -------------------- 

3201 BUILDING CEMENT---. -----.. — — — - — . — . .... 

3251 STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS- — — — — . ............... . 

3271 LIME- — — - — ........... 

3281 CUT STONE «NP STONE PR(iO"CTS — .................... 

3291 MISC N"N"ETAI L IC MINERAL PROD...-.-......-.-.-.... 

PRIMARY MfTAL PRODUCTS 

3311 PIG iron.-- — .-- — — - — — — -- — — — --- —— .... ... 

3312 SLAG — . — . — — — .— — 

3310 IRON AND STEEL PRIMARY FORMS. ...... ............... 

3315 IRON, STEEL SHAPES, EXC S"ff t.. — ... .. ............ 

3316 IRON AND STEEL PLATES, SHE t TS--.-.— .............. 

3317 IRON a-D 3TFFI pipe and TU'lE — — ---- — — — — - 

3318 FERRH ALLOYS--------- 

3319 IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTS, NEC — — — — -- — - — — — 

3321 NONFFRROUS MFTALS, ■, t C --------------------- ------- 

5322 COPPER alloys, J'imORkEP . ........... .... 



107,518 

513,007 

17,958 

60,520 

175,579 

209,675 

1 ,285,69? 

220,81? 

307,762 



5,028,761 

1,067,722 

5,029 

5,927,653 

oi a 

1 ,250,220 

352,355 

10,976,605 

66, 762 

20,067 

17,329 

22,098 

108,921 

50,000 

529,081 

5,690,752 

1,558,250 

562,785 

1 1 ,u55 

0,070,550 

722,609 



00,080,959 

9,601,089 

1,01 1,521 

32, 106,231 

53,051,325 

8,065,822 

3, 758,966 

0,090,01? 

3,116,550 

365,080 

17,619 

2,202,550 



103,987 
, 156, 191 

38,980 

730,058 

7, 195 

358,820 



99,316 

520,035 

089, 860 

1 ,053, 197 

I ,263,607 

S80,S17 

880,031 

506, a86 

B9,?50 

52,002 



9,500 

52,291 



1 ,232,78? 

179,»1 3 

305,762 



210 


936 


7 


120 


100 


052 


77 


"67 


318 


195 


97 


902 


615 


239 


525 


70° 



1 ,977,298 

?9B, 000 

5,029 

2,065,260 

01 

518, 1 ?5 

?9,015 

8,595,531 

63,903 

1,521 

1 7,329 

22,098 

108, 9?l 

50,000 

310,808 

1 ,029,127 

153,907 

60, 006 

9,977 

213,381 

530,857 



58,263,550 
8,099,687 

863, 1 10 

28,055,300 

An, 92«., 51 3 

6,163,517 

2,60?, 502 

1 ,626,000 

3,350 

158,556 

17,618 

I ,632,228 



13,668 



85,810 

1 , 19?, 378 

25,870 

5, OAR 

3,033 

303,626 



228 

20, 'i3o 
2,038 
77,51" 
00, "08 
«1, 37m 



30 

1? 

7 

367 



297 
261 
165 



103,356 

7 0,770 

8,010 

12,011 

175, ?1? 

?08,?60 

52,598 

00,738 

1,835 



?05, 000 

?2,137 

?15,78l 
89,518 



1 ,000,655 
767,993 



00,?0 1 
50 
5? 



717,711 
3?1,57? 

, 3?0,907 

?,809 

18, 890 



16,085 
51 



?10 
500 



?05,125 

5?, 800 



1?0,1 53 

50,805 
38 

201 

50,50) 

35,77« 



10,?55 

2,608,085 

1 , I 85, 0?8 

098,757 

1 ,058 

0,256,910 

191,235 



5,877,502 
1 ,082,550 

10?, 055 
3,O|0,120 
8, 300 , 0?7 
1 ,900,930 
1,110,817 
?,008, 006 
3,058,529 

206,558 
1 

596, 167 



782, 160 



7,588 

i 8 , 6 1 

10 



53,00? 

50,605 

5,9| l 



056 
17 



18,175 

?, I 75,082 

15,09? 

750,955 

5,70? 

15,056 



91 ,500 

1 'I , 8 7 

8 7,780 

075,659 

.?18,722 

"37,01? 

«7o, 755 

'10?, 637 

30,605 

08,061 



96 



Ma/elAo%n*> ( €on%mt>\c« of /Ao tl**i{*d .V7a/#4, /SSJ 



TAHie s-.nnMfsiic ton-miles commodity by type 

(IN THOUSANDS) 



(IF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR TFAR 1 961 — CONT I NUED 



COASTWISE L»KE"ISE INTERNAL LOCAL 



I'MMJHY MFTAL PRODUCTS 
(CO"TINUE») 



1323 
332u 



If 411 AND ZINC, IINWOBKf I — ..--, 
tl IIVIIMIIM AND ALLEYS. UNWORKFU. 



FAqRIC»TFO MfTAL PRODUCTS, EXTFPT 
ORDNANCE. x»C'<INERT, t TRAMS, EQUIP, 



FAHHTCATtn MfTAL PRODUCTS — -" — — "•" — — — — • 

MACHINERY, EXCEP1 ELECTRICAL 
•JACHINFRY, EXCEPT E LEC TR I C AL - — — - — — — ... 



KLECTRICAI MACHINERY, 
EQUIPMENT USHPPLIFS 



rLECTRTCAL MACH ANO EQU I P...---..-. ........... 

TRANSPORTATION FGUPMFNT 



3711 
3721 
1731 

3791 



"OTOR VEHICLES, PARTS, EQUIP-- 
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS — — — — — -■ 
SHIPS AND SOATS — ----«-.-- — . 

>MSC TRANSPORTATION EOHTPUFMT. 



INSTRUMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC H OPTICAL 
GOODS, WATCHES 3 CLOCKS 



INSIR, TIME. PHOTO, OPT GOODS- — — — — --- — ..--. 

WISC. PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 
HISC MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS — — — — ——— — 

IvASTE ft SCRAP MATERIALS 



401 1 
4012 
4022 
4024 
U02R 



11 11 
nil? 



IRON Ann STEfL SCRAP-------- 

NONFFRPOUS "ET4L SCRAP------ 

TEXTILE ^ASTF, SCRAP, SWEEP- 
PAPER "ASTE AND SCRAP- — .... 

KASTF AND SCRAR, »,f;c-------. 



SPECIAL ITEMS 



WATER-------- --■ 

COMMODITIES, NEC- 



102,706 
176, 29a 



U7S.U6U 

1,055 
24,319 
75,937 



1,617,176 

6,270 

878 

911 

665,557 



49,016 
8,066,858 



1,632 

7,505 



285,378 



253,495 



475,072 

1,023 

23,963 

72,555 



168,121 



82,909 
254 
878 
119 

74,658 



114 

7,961,588 



5,615 



1,436 



5,87h 



101,073 
168,742 



392 
12 

318 

3,3»0 



1,324,377 
6,016 



762 
519,584 



48,419 
105,006 



1 
47 



57 



10 

2 



•I 



3,811 



71,114 



4(1 
21 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



97 



TABLF 6--HFG11LATFD TDN-MILFS 



commodity By type of traffic. Calfnoar ye»R iosj 
(i" thousands) 



commodity 



U*KE*ISt 



TOTAL --------------------------------------------- 

FARM PRODUCTS 

0101 COTTON, RAi.------ — ---------------- — — — — •--— • 

010? PARLEY AND RYE— -" — — — — — — — — - 

OtOJ CORN------------------------- - — -- — — — -...... 

0105 RICE---------- --.-.-- — ----. ......... 

0106 SORGMU" GRAINS ——— — — — ——— - 

0107 KME AT----.--. ..--..-...--- ........................ 

0111 SOYBEANS. ... .................... .................. 

0121 TOBACCO, LEAF - - ....... 

0122 may an* ronnER. •-----------------------•-...-.--. • 

0129 FIfLO CROPS. NEC--- -" 

0151 FRFJH rRUITS--.-. — ......... ... . ...... 

0112 BANANAS AND PLANTAINS.--...-.."-.- — - — - — ...--.- 

on; coffee--— —.——.-.—.-—— ................. 

013U cocoa beans. ............................ .......... 

0U1 FRESH AND FROZEN VFC.ETABLFS-. -•--------------"-.. 

0151 LIVE ANIMALS.-------------"------------ — .---"-. 

0161 ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS* >?EC"--.---"---- — ---•• — 

0191 MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS.----.---.-.-..."—-. 

FOREST PRODUCTS 

0841 CRUDE RUBBER AND ALLIED GUMS--"--. ........ ....... 

0861 FOREST PRODUCTS. NEC---.. — ..--"......-... ....... 

FRESH FISH k. OTHER MARINE PRODUCTS 

0911 FRESH F1SM, EXCEPT SHELLFISH-- — ........... ...... 

0912 SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PREPARED-. ..-- — - — - — ..... — ... 

METALLIC ORES 

1011 IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES".- — ".-------"----" 

1051 ALUMINUM ORES, CONCENTRATES""-. .-.--.. .......... 

1061 MANGANESE ORES. CONCENTRATES.-.-".-.".--.--.".. 

1091 NONFERROUS ORES, CONCENT, NEC"-" — -•• — — — — 

COAL 

1121 COAL AND LIGNITE----------------------- — — 

CRUDE PETROLEUM 

1111 CRUDE PETROLEUM... — ....—.——... ........ 

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUFl S 

Mil LIMESTONE — — ..................... 

1012 BUILDING STONE, UNwORPiEn-"- .. — — . — --. — — ... 
1002 SANO, GRAVEL, CRUSHED ROCK---------. -------------- 

M51 CLAY-..-.--— ...... -...-...-..-....... ......... 

1091 SALT....... — 

1«92 SULPHUR, DRY.--.-.......-. ............... ......... 

U9J SULPHUR, LIBUIP— ............................... . 

I09« GYPSUM, CRUOE AND PLASTEPS- ...... ............... .. 

1099 NONMETALLIC MINERALS, NEC—"- ......... ..... — . — . 

ORDNANCE * ACCESSORIFS 

1911 ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES- — - — — — — — — — 

FOOD A KINOREO PRODUCTS 

2011 MEAT, FRFSH, CHILLED, FROZEN---. — ..-.-.... — .-.. 

2012 MEAT AND PRODUCTS, NEC- .-..-"" ..--...-..... ..... 

201O TALLOX, ANIMAL FATS AND IRS" .-.-...-- ........... 

2015 ANIMAL BY. PRODUCTS, JE C -------------------------- - 

2021 DAIRY PRODUCTS, NEC"""""" — -" — — — — — 

2022 DRIED m[ L< and CREAM.............................. 

2051 FISH AND SHELLFISH, PREPARED-- — — — ....... 

2010 VEGETABLES AND P»EP, NEC-. ..-..-..--------. ....... 

2019 PREP FRUIT AND VFG JUICE, NEC----------- - ------- 

2001 KHEAT FLOUR AND SFMOLI NA-— .-.-.......----..-. .... 

2002 animal FEEDS".-"------------ — -. ——— — - 

2009 GRAIN mill PRODUCTS, NEC-------------------------- 

2061 SUGAR-------- --...... ..................... 

2081 ALCOHOLIC 8EVERAGFS- — — - — ---" 

2091 VEGETABLE OILS, marg, SHORT--" — — -- — ... ....... 

2092 ANIMAL OILS ANO FATS, NEC.-.--" — — — — ... 

209O GROCERIES — — — — — — ..-........ 

2095 ICE 

2099 MISCELLANEOUS FOOD PRODUCTS----— --------------- .. 

TOBACCO PRODUCTS 

2111 TOBACCO MANUFACTURES-- — — — — — .............. 

BASIC TEXTILES 

Ull BASIC TEXTILE PRODUCTS-. ............ ........... 

1112 TEXTILE FIBERS. NEC — ——— — .— — ........ . 



3,800,056 



2», 195,620 



15, 61 1 ,?B7 



1,009 

8.582 

120,006 

75 

1 ,955 

025,205 

60,266 

1 ,087 

50 

58,060 

15,680 

1.555 

56.016 

20,607 

1 1 ,798 

97 

1,050 

550 



59 

1,055 



10,555 
109 



1,057,590 
150,858 
515,606 
115,917 



16,972,660 



550 

70 

10,105 

7,767 

0,552 

62 

070,815 

18,585 

19, 165 



1 ,000 

51 

o? 

75 

185 



5,86? 

1,087 
50 

6,16B 
15,658 

1,555 
50,006 
20,607 

I I ,090 

97 

1,050 

550 



10,555 
109 



16,965,55? 



529 
50 

8,60A 
1 ,577 
1,928 



070,815 
1,?50 
5,055 



1 1 


780 


11 


780 


1 


615 


1 


585 


1 


907 




8 




516 




516 


17 


500 

68 

119 


16 


("66 


21 


21 


1 19 


26 


526 


26 


?51 





675 





675 


1 


555 


1 


?0? 


25 


007 


2 


P88 


8 


808 


5 


91? 


175 


005 


109 


125 


155 


059 


155 


059 


1 1 


515 


11 


069 




826 




«?6 


70 


266 
2 

750 


70 


?62 


89 


89 


627 


25 


062 


?5 


062 


259 


705 


209 


?61 


1 


069 


1 


069 



16 

165 

07 

027 

S6 



05o 
68 



? 

105 



8,551 
125,900 



1 , 770 
025,205 

5 0,000 



5?,?65 
1 .237 



1 ,057.590 
130,858 
515,102 
1 10,196 



797,127 



5,?65 
6,505 
1.977 



16,985 
15,705 



551 

20,519 

0,921 

65,922 



98 



'Mfifv tAoin* '(f'ommt'ir-ti of /A* United .'ftatot, 4983 



-HI SMI MFD TON-MILES 



COMMODITY HY TYPE OF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR YEAR 1 983 — CflNT I NUED 
(IN THOUSANDS) 



commodity 



INTERNAL 



LOCAL 



APPAREL K OTHER FINISHED TEXTILF 
PRODUCTS, INC'iniNC KNIT 

231 | APPAREL 

LUMBER 1 *onn PRons. ,F*C. Furniture 

24| | LOGS- ————— — —————————— 

241? RAFTED lugs— — — — — — — — — — — 

?«n fuel rfnoD. charcoal, wastes--— —————— ———— 

?01U TI»1FR, POST?, POLES/ PILING — ""— " 

2415 pulp ".iinn, LOG— ••—•—•— •—— 
2<jis »000 C"I D S, staves, MOLDINGS— ....... ............ 

2421 LU"8ER — - — — — — ------ — - — — — - — -- — — — — — — 

2431 VfcNEFR, PLY«00D. WORKED WOOD — ....... ......... 

2491 !\Onf> MANUFACTURES. NEC— ——————— ———— — 

FURNITURE * FIXTURES 

2511 FURNITURE ANU FIXTURFS — — - — — - — — ... — -. — ... 

PULP, PAPFR 1 ALLIFO PROnuriS 

261 I PUI.P — — — — — — — — — — — — — ............ 

2621 standard NEWSPRINT PAPFR — - — ----- — -------------- 

?t>51 PAPER ANO PAPFRBnARD — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

269i pulp ANn paper products, NEr—————— -— — — 

PRTNTFD HATTER 
2711 PRINTFn MATTFR — — — — — — — — — ".. — — — — — .. 

CHflCALS 8 ALLIED PRODUCTS 

2810 SODIUM HYURUXIDF. ...... ■-------- — — .- — — .-.. — .. 

2811 CRUDE TAR, OIL, CAS PRODUCTS---- — ---------------- 

2812 DYFS, PIRMEMT, TANNING MATS---- — — --- — --------- 

281 3 ALCOHOLS — — — - — — -- — — .- — ———————— 

2817 r,EN2FNF AND TOLUFNE- — --------------------------- 

2818 SULPHU'IC ACID---- — -- — .- — -.— —- — ----.-- — ... 
281R BASIC CHEMICALS AND PROD, NF C -" — --- — ---------- 

2821 PI ASTIC MATEPIALS — — — — — — — — — — — — 

2822 SYNTHETIC RUHBER — — —— — — — — — — — — ——— 

2625 SYNTHETIC ("AN-MADE) F I8ERS- — - — — - — — ------ 

2831 DRUGS-- ------------- ------------- - --- - - ------ 

28 4 1 SOAP — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

28S1 PAINTS-- — — — — — — . — — — . — — — — — 

2861 CUM AND HOOD CHEMICALS---------- - ---- - --------- 

2871 NITROGENOUS CHEM FERTILIZERS — — - — — -- — - 
287? POTASSIC CHEM FERTILIZERS — — — — — — — — — — — — - 

2873 PHOSPHATIC CHFM FERTILIZERS----------- ------------ 

2876 INSECTICIDES, 01 SI NFECT A NTS — — — — — —— ------ 

2879 FERTILIZER AND MATERIALS, NEr— — — — — — — — - — - 

?S9| MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROD------- - — -.-.. — — — 

PETROLEUM * COAL PRODUCTS 

291 1 GASOLME ---..-. ..... 

2912 JET FUEL--------------- - -- - ----------- ... — — 

291 3 KEROSENE--- — — — — — ——— — — — — — — .......... 

2914 DISTILLATE FI'EL nil ——. — —— — — . — — . ....... 

2915 OESIDUAI FUEL OIL--------- - - - - — ------ — -------- 

2916 LUBRICATING OILS AND GRE ASES — -- — — - — ------ — — 

2917 NAPHTHA, RETRDLEUM SOLVENTS — — — — -- — — — - — — 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, ANn PITCHES-- — ---...-.-.....-..---. 

2920 C0*E, PETRULEUM COKE- — -- — — -..--.-— — — — — — 

2921 LINUFFIFD r,ASES------------« — — — — — — 

2951 ASPHALT BUILDING MATER I ALS — — — — — — — ——— 

2991 PETROLEUM ANO COAL PRUn, NEC---- — — -.--.-- — .— — 

RUBBER » "ISC. PLASTIC PRODUCTS 

3011 RUBBER A* MISC PLASTIC PROD- — - — . ......... ..... 

LEATHER *. LEATHER PRODUCTS 

3111 LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS — - — — — — — — — — 

STONE, CLAY, GLASS,* TONCRETE PROD, 

3211 GLASS AND CLASS PROniJCTS — — — ............... 

3241 BUILDING CEMENT----------- ------------------------ 

3251 STRUCTURAL CLAY PHnOUCTS-------- - — — .-.-. — — — 

3771 LI"E — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

3281 CUT STONE AND STONE PRODUCTS--- — ----------------- 

3291 misc NONVETALLIC MINERAL PROD- — — - — — — — 

PRIMARY METAl PRODUCTS 

3311 PIC iron-------- ..............-.-----.. 

3312 SL AC...... ...... —————————— 

3311 IRON A ID STEEL PRIMARY FORMS — — — — ----------- 

3315 IRnj, STEEL SHAPFS, ExC SHEET- — ................. . 

3316 IRON A»n STEFL PLATES, SHEETS---- — — ---------- 

3317 IRON A"D STEEL PIPE AtxD Tu -\f .............. ........ 

3318 FERROALLOYS--------------------- ------------------ 

3319 IRON ANO STEFL PRODUCTS, NEC — -"-"------ — — — - 

3321 NuNFtRPnus MFTALS, NFC-- — .---------.----- — ...... 

332? CO"PFR ALLOYS, 'JNHORKEU — — — — — — — — -- — --- — - 

3323 LEAD »M) ZINC, U'.d'lKKf " — — — — — — — — — 



i'»,.m 

7,869 

322 

9, 196 

75,065 

111,029 

6119,369 

119,389 

9,665 



171,251 
23,570 

162,889 
88,653 



315,062 

132,015 

39 

992,118 

92,639 

26 

5,726,837 

10, (IK 7 

60 

3,276 

10,497 

22,843 

12,510 

119,761 

109,510 

1,980 

10,500 

4,643 

73,458 

34,828 



t, 230, 984 

214,913 

2,624 

234,327 

133,398 

2,059 

20,351 

141,156 

4,968 

128 

3,893 

13,629 



28,583 

6,916 

6,582 

1,030 

20 

2K.598 



85,224 

212,735 

220,823 

952,897 

1,033,145 

411,505 

711,860 

473,748 

35, 122 

49,577 

75,053 



543 



251 

?88 



609,193 

37,176 

9,702 



58,296 



305 

9,099 

15,934 

45,655 



63,078 

939 

39 

236,609 

4,306 



1,513,597 
14,357 



3,276 
10,497 
22,843 
12,510 
119,746 
63,01 I 



4,643 

34,825 
27,115 



,202,110 

214,228 

2,302 

223,975 

102,022 

1,948 

11 

51,214 

JT 

1 10 

3,893 

13,622 



23,946 
1,328 
3,823 
1,013 



22,910 





79 




993 


22 


555 


1 5 


298 


3a 


997 


5 


710 


1 


287 


1 


620 




73? 



1? 

7 
367 



262 
261 
163 



403 

446 

4,512 



214 

544 



19,444 

7,757 

59 

6,699 

74,696 

44,005 

39,914 

11,952 



170,543 
14,023 

142,443 
42,986 



251,570 

130,616 



754,809 

88,015 

26 

,212,613 

40 

8 



15 

46,429 
1,919 

10,500 



38,419 
7, 169 



26,367 
665 
522 

9,336 

15,605 

111 

20,028 

89,942 

4,931 

14 



4,637 
5,561 

2,750 



438 
17 



1,683 



85,224 

212,656 

219,768 

930,336 

1,019,730 

376,473 

711,584 

467,600 

33,835 

47,940 

71,320 



lit 

I 

<• 



It 



060 



1*6 

266 



560 



70 
II 



475 



1,007 
15,771 



204 



32 

6 
12 
35 

276 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



99 



TA&LE 6— REGnLATEO TON-MILFS COMMODITY HY TYPF OF TRAFFIC, 

(IN THOUSANDS) 



CALENDAR YFAR 1983 — CONTINUED 



COMMODITY 



L»KE«ISF INTERNAL LOCAL 



PRTMAkY «FTAI PRODUCTS 
(CONTINUED) 



332i aluminum and alloys, unmorkeo- 



FABRICATED »€T4L PRODUCTS, EXCFPT 
ORDNANCE, MACHINERY,* TRAP'S, EQUIP. 



*mi 



FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS- — - — — — --- — ••- — 

machinERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAl 
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL---------------- — 



ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, 
EQUIPMENT (SUPPLIES 



ELECTRICAL MAC« AND EQUI P-. .---... --.-.-.-.-.. 

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 



J7I1 
3721 
3TJI 
3791 



MOTOR VEmICLFS, PARTS, EQUIP — 
AIRCRAFT ANO PARTS ——— — — — 

SHIPS AND RPATS- — — - — — - — ■ 
MISC TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT. 



INSTRUMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC » OPTICAL 
GOODS, BATCHES « CLOCKS 



INSTR, TIMF, PHOTO, OPT GOODS — - — -- — — — — - — 

MISC. PROOUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 
MISC MANUFACTURED PROOUCTS — ----- — — - — ———. 
WASTE & SCRAP MATERIALS 



J CI 1 

ooi a 

4022 

4 020 



"111 
an; 



IRON A'lO STEFL SCRAP-. — — -. 
NONFERROUS metal SCRAP.---.. 
TEXTILE »ASTE, SCRAP, SWEEP- 
PAPER MA3TE ANO SCRAP....... 



SPFCIAL ITFMS 



NATER — --------- . 

COMMOPITIES, NEC- 



KS, hnu 
8Rh 

lie 

16,507 



53,456 



366 

u , ««, all 



85,4*5 

»82 

?41 
13.200 



1 ,21 1,511 


17,193 


2,204 


167 


11 


11 


878 


83 



1,136 



139 

11 

77 

3.307 



1 , 194, 182 
2,037 



366 
59,422 



100 



Ma/eiAolne fomtneic* of /A* °Unit»d SPtmiol, 49H3 



TAI-aF 7 — EXEMPT, FDR HIRE TON-HILFS COMMODITY RY TYPF OF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR YEAR 1983 

(IN THOUSANDS) 



ro-juooi t > 



L»KE*ME 



INTERNAL 



TOTAI ......... 

farm phoducts 
mot cotton, kAM — - — ................................ 

0102 RARLFY AND MVF-- ....... ..................... 

'iioj corn— .--.-- ...................................... 

01 04 riATS---. ..-.-• ...-.- — .-....---.-.---.---.. ....... 

01 "5 RICE ......................... 

0106 SORG»U" GRAINS — --.-.----..---- — -.. — .. .......... 

0107 *HEAT- ................. ................. 

0111 STYrtFAtv S- ........................................ . 

OH" OILS c FOS, NEC—-- — — — — — — — — — ——— — — 

1 ?1 TORACCO, LFAF- ............................. ....... 

012? MAY AN') FODDER- — — — . — .---"-"-.-.-- — -.-... . 

0129 FlFL r > crops, NFC — — — — — - — - — . — — .. 
0131 FRESH FRUITS."--. ...... .-......--- — ............. 

015? ".ANANAS AND PLANTAINS — — — — — — — — — — — 

0151 COFFFE ........ .............. ........... 

0141 FRFSH AND FROZEN VEGHARIFS- — — — - — .......... — 

0151 LIVE ANIMALS- — ------------- — .-..—. — .— ..... 

0161 ANIMALS AN 1 ) PRODUCTS, NEC— .- — ..... — ...... .... 

0191 MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS- — — .— ......... ...... 

FOHF3T PRODUCTS 

0B41 CRUDE "UMBER A JO ALLIED BUMS'......— ............. 

0861 r UREST PRODUCTS. NEC — - — — — — — — -- — .-... — .. 

FRFSH FISH K UTHER MARINE PRODUCTS 

0911 FRFSH PISH, EXCEPT SHELLFISH--..-— - ........ ...... 

091? SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PREPARED. --— ............. ...... 

0931 MARINE SHELLS, UNMANUFACTURFO— — .............. .. 

METALLIC ORES 

1011 IKON OPE AND CONCENTRATES- — — - — - — - — — — - — 

1051 ALUMIMIIM DRFS, CONCENTRATES-------------- - --- — 

1061 MANGANFSE ORFS, CONCENTRA IES- — — — - — — - — — 

1091 NO'.FFRHOUS OPES, CONCENT, NEC-- — .......... — .... 

COAL 

1121 COAL Afo LIGMTE — — — — — — — — — — 

CRUDE PETROLEUM 

1311 CRUOE PETROLfiiM. ............................ ...... 

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS 

lilt I IMESTCNE— .—..———.-.—.—.—...— ........ 

141? RUILDPG STONF, UNCORKED------ — - — - — ..--.--- .... 

144? SANO, GRAVEL, CRUSHED ROC* — - — — — — — — — 

1151 CLAY- — — -. — — .. — ...... ..-..-. — ........... ... 

1471 PHOSPHATE RUC---- . — — — — — — — .. — — — - — .- 

149 1 SALT------------------------ — -- — — ---.- — — -- — . 

149? SULPHUR, DRY-----------------.---.-. .............. 

1493 SULPH'IU, LTOUID. .------- — .................... .... 

119u GYPSUM, CRUDE and PL ASTE RS — ------------ .......... 

1099 NO'MFTALLIC "INEHALS, NEC— ....................... 

ORONANCF & ACCFSS0RIE3 

1911 ORDNANCE A'.'O ACCESSORIES——— -......... — ... 

FOOD K KINDRED PRODUCTS 

?011 MEAT, FRESH, CHIILFD, FROZEN—— ...... ....... ..... 

?01? "EAT A> PRODUCTS, (EC.....——.-...— ....... 

?011 TAILD», AMMAL FATS ANO OILS—-— ............. 

?015 ANIMAL RY-PROD'ICTS, NEC— —..-.— ........ ....—.. 

?021 DAIRY PRODUCTS, NEC— —— ..— ..— ....... 

202? DRIED MIL* AKD CBF am — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 

20J1 PISH A\D SHELLFISH, PHFPARED---- — - — ------------ 

?03i VEGETAPLES A' o PREP, NEC...—— — —-..—• 

7039 PRFP FRUIT A'JD VEG JUICE, NEC .-. — — — .......... 

2011 *HEAT FLOUR AND SEMOLINA—.—————.. 

?042 1M»JL FfEOS— .———————— —... 

2049 GRAIN 'ILL PRODUCTS, NEC— —————— — 

2061 SUGAR — — — — — — — — — — — — ............... 

?06? MOLASSES-— •————.— —........— ... 

?0«1 ALCOHOI.K BEVERAGES— — — — — — — — ——— — — 

?091 VEGETABLE OILS, MARG, SHORT- — — — — - — — — — — - 

2092 ANIMAL OILS AND FATS, NEC------ — — .- — ---- — — — 

209 a GROCERIES-- — .— ................ ........——... 

2095 ICE- — — — — — 

2099 "ISCELI aneoiis FOOD PROfurT S-— —————— ———. 

TOMACCO PPODIICTS 

2111 T04ACCO > A.JIIFACTURES — — — — ---- — --------------- 

TASK TEXTILES 

2211 RASIC TEXTILE PRODUCTS ——— — --- — ---—— - 
??1? TUTILF FIRFRS, '-EC — 



661 ,351,1170 



435,945,314 



3?, 629, 143 



191,9A0,SI3 



839,500 



282 

204,071 

2,855,069 

179,<108 

110,308 

642, 169 

0,915,690 

9,222,66a 

10,911 

565 

7,535 

198 

312,137 

2,351 

7,819 

320,110 

12,871 

15,261 

81,553 



5,040 
19,580 



3,705 
21,216 
82,799 



19,931,496 

31,731 

113,183 

174,127 



56,202,723 



335,821,693 



4,293, 
2, 
2,859, 
124, 
3,512, 
4,372, 



• 554 
412 
678 



383 

96 
270 

14 

82 

10 

146 

297 

724 

247 

6,565 

5,906 

3,665 

1,241 

454 

1,225 

30 

424 

1 

1 ,026 



558 
6"6 
174 
726 
489 
665 
925 
415 
87fl 
230 



81 



255 
104 
,727 
,054 
492 
,993 
,757 
,761 

,010 

,092 
,587 
,589 
,163 
,002 
,549 
,505 
,658 
,582 
,665 
609 



85,420 



297,033 

3,090 

117,577 

274 

249,419 



21,680 



69 

359 
2,837 
25 

312,434 

2,351 

5,?71 

306,053 

12,871 

12,038 

81,553 



5,040 
19,580 



3,054 
20,945 



118 

42,558 

154 

292 

642 

9,643 

19,222 

10 



282 

644 
034 
3«3 
731 
195 
949 
655 
842 
206 
698 
247 



7 

2 

245 



452 

9 



2,548 
13,957 



3,223 



19,845,125 



6,712,363 



329,266,829 



606 

145 

136,725 

11,498 

3,502,199 

101 ,587 

2,267 

1,454,738 

14,956 

37,773 



383,255 

96,104 
32,563 
11,501 
82,492 
9,383 
146,749 

287,239 
724,040 
51,01« 
396,454 
1 11,422 
3,373,272 
723,566 
447,905 
137,674 



281 ,078 



199,438 
206,917 



649 

271 

82,799 



89,100 

39,731 

113,183 

166,821 



47,162,029 



528,907 

2,461 

2,398,745 

113,190 

10,290 

4,071,640 

2,658 

96,072 

191,005 

639,404 



238,053 
2,553 



1,610 

8 

10,322 



424,558 



196,074 

6,168,273 

5,795,167 

291 ,891 

520,308 

6,644 

1 ,086,780 

30,226 

22 

1,662 

39,494 



271 



72.J28 



111,460 



42,626 
38 



3,603 

1,053 



111 



128 



1,051 
432 



53,465 

10,746 



45, 040 
1,724 



8,425 
9,022 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



101 



TABLE T.-fXfMPT, FOP HT»E TOM-MILES COMMODITY BY TYPE OF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR YEAR I Raj.-rDNT INIIFD 

(IM THOUSANDS! 



roisTusf 



APPAREL I OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE 
PRODUCTS, INCI'DTNG KNIT 

231 1 APPAREL — - - -- - ------- "- 

UI"8ER * «00f) PRODS. ,FXC. FURNITURE 

24 1 1 LOGS — — — — ————"- — — — — 

24 I ? RAFTED LOGS————————— 

2013 fUFL *00D, Charcoal, »ASTES- — — — — ------ 

2010 TIMBER, rdsts, p^LES, PlLIMr-"— -—•———— • 

2015 pulp«odd-, log---——— — — — — — .......... 

2016 »uod chips, staves, "pi dings-" — ................ 

2021 LUMBER-" — " ...... .... .. 

2011 VENEER, PLV»POO, KORKED *pnn.......... ...... ...... 

2091 xOOO MANUFACTURES, MEC«. .-•»---•---•----«------- -• 

FURNITURE *. FIXTURES 

2S11 FURNITURE AMI FIXTURES— —— ————••• 

PULP, PAPER 3 ALLIFU PRODUCTS 

261 1 PULP-"----"-- — ..-.-..-" — — — 

2621 STANDARD .NE-SPRINT PAPER — .•-"••-"" — — — 

2631 PAPER AND PAPER80ARD — ......... — ............ .... 

2691 PULP AND PAPER PRODUCTS, NEC-"- — — — — — 

PRINTED MATTER 

271 1 PRINTED HATTER" — " — """."-""-""-"-- — . 

CHEMICALS K ALLIED PRODUCTS 

2810 SODIUM HYDROXIDE----..— .-..-..--..--- ............ 

2811 CRUDE TAR, OIL, G»S products-- — — — - — — -------" 

281J DYES, PIGMENT, TANNING " A T S----------- ------- ----- 

28 13 ALCOHOLS--------- .--.-. — ... ......... 

2816 RADIOACTIVE M »TERIALS, BASTES—————— 

2817 BENZENE AND TOLUENE—————.— 

2818 SULPHURIC ACID----..----------------.-— 

2819 BASIC CHEMICALS AND PROD, NEC-- ......-..-- ........ 

2821 PLASTIC MATEPIALS--" ..-...- — -.. ........... 

2822 SYNTHETIC rm«he<» — — ..... ................ 

2823 SYNTHETIC (MAN-MADE) FIBERS- . — -—....— 

2831 DRUGS-------" — .................... 

280 1 SOAP...-....-.- .............................. 

2851 paints- — — — — - — — — .. ........ 

2861 CUM AND »0OD CHEMICALS".---"--- — ----. — -.--.- 

2871 NITROGENOUS CHEM FERTILIZERS-""-—"- — " — 

2872 POTASSIC CHEM FERTILIZERS-..-"-"-- — 

2873 phosphaTIC CHEM FERTILIZERS--- ...... .......... 

2876 INSECTICIDES, DISINFECTANTS--- — ----- — - — — 

2879 FERTILIZER AND MATERIALS, NEC--- — — -. 

2891 MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROD—————— 

PETRDLEUM II COAL PRODUCTS 

291 1 GASOLINE— — ..............—...-. ......... 

2912 JET FUEL — -- — — ---- — -- — -— 

2913 KEROSE'E------- ..... ...... 

2910 DISTILLATE FUEL OIL — — — — ....... 

2915 RESIDUAL f IEL OIL.-."" — -"- ...... 

2916 LUBRICATING OILS and GREASES — — — — — 

2917 NAPHTHA, PETROLEUM SOLVENTS--" — - — .-. ........... 

2918 ASPHALT, TAR, AND PITCHES—————— 

2920 COKE, PETROLEUM CDKE ------------------------------ 

2921 LIOUEFIED BASES'- ............ ....... 

2951 AS°HALT BUILDING MATERIALS.."-."".-----"."." 
2991 PETRDLFUM AND COAL PRUP, NEC—————— 

RUBBER » •"ISC. PIASTIC PRODUCTS 

1011 RUBBER AND MTSC PLASTIC PROP-.— — ... — .... — — 

LEATHER » LEATHER PRODUCTS 

Jill LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS—————— 

STONE, CLAY, GLASS,* CONCRETE PROD. 

3211 GLASS AND GL*SS PRODUCTS 

3201 PutlDI-'G CEMENT ........................ 

3251 STRUCTURAL CLAY PRDDUC TS"-"- — ----- - — — 

327 1 LIME - 

3281 CUT STONE AND STONF PRDDUC TS"" — — — — -.- 

3291 Misc '.DN-FTALLIC MINERAL PROD— — — — — 

PRIMARY MFTAl ORQOuCTS 

3311 PIG IRON- ........... ......... ...... 

3312 SLAG-.-------. ............ . ........ 

3310 IRON AND STFFL PRIMARY FORMS...................... 

3315 IRON, STEEL ShAPFs, E»C Sheet ...... 

3316 IRON AND STEEL PLATES, SHEETS——— 

3317 IRON AND STEEL PIPE AND T UqF ---------------------- 

3318 FERROALLOYS — — — — — . — — - ............ — ..... 

3319 IRON AND STEFL PRODUCTS, NEC—— ....... 

3321 NPNFERROUS METALS, NEC ---------------------------- 

3322 COPPER ALLOYS, UNCORKED — -- — — - — — ....... ....... 



29,901 

075,207 

17,593 

55,076 

35,776 

136,808 

632,669 

175, 185 

337,106 



39,632 

76,882 
150,932 
525,082 



2, 120,097 

852,253 

5,390 

2,335,983 

01 

833,901 

131,036 

10,068,277 

51,007 

20,00 7 

10,053 

11,601 

125,181 

37,316 

209,320 

2,938,252 

1,336,267 

075,889 

5,503 

0,215,020 

208,335 



26,6110,300 

5,90] ,628 

S60, 100 

18,122,955 

28,200,371 

3,796,296 

1 ,600, 172 

3,358,060 

3, 106,698 

72,306 

11,726 

1 ,920,590 



1 10,036 



75,289 

,201 , 670 

32,290 

687,015 

7,175 

122,376 



10,092 

270,502 

269,037 

100, |07 

230,106 

165,555 

168, 171 

72,(178 

50, 120 

2,025 



9, 235 

51 ,980 



619,970 
102,529 

335,27" 



6,819 

68, 76" 

81 ,827 

078,586 



21 ,99'l 



1 ,878, 208 

252,1 70 

5,19" 

1,512,920 

010 

107,?o>; 
16,656 
5,152,290 
09,092 
1,521 
10,053 
1 1 ,601 

125,181 
37,316 

195, 102 

709,66"; 

153,907 

60,006 

5.11U 

92,811 

81 ,000 



22,175,610 

S. 076, 21 1 

090, 851 

15,190,698 

20,170,09u 

2,519,977 

800,722 

1 , 1 17,097 

1,117 

20,922 

1 1,725 

1 ,086, <"> 



61,751 

196, 851 

22,056 

2,075 

1,011 

117,661 



2?8 

20,15"; 

1 , 1 RR. 

50,O6'l 

31 ,002 

107,910 



125 

0,190 



91 ,65? 

52, BOO 



59, 12? 

50,801 

1« 

201 

50,501 

11,770 

I 



7,588 
SI , 856 



25,798 

oM.ai 1 

8,155 

3,087 

15,776 

115,055 

1 2,609 

12,656 

I ,810 



12,81! 

B,1 10 

73, 105 

6,096 



201 ,595 
598,826 



795,909 



075,312 

1 13,880 

5,066,569 

1 ,555 

1 8,886 



10,218 

2,21 1 ,107 

1 , 161,509 

'II 1,803 

169 

a, 122, 151 

127,278 



",030,291 

806, 91 6 

60,101 

?,537, 125 

7,550,502 

1 ,?75, 005 

"36, 050 

2,187,185 

1, 02">,790 

51,297 

! 

026,031 



07,692 

SI, 358 

2,?91 



13,536 

1 ,021,301 
1 0,230 

680,900 
1,70? 
0,562 



6,276 

202,131 

267,992 

05, 1 78 

1 98,900 

57,601 

168, | 71 

20,386 

770 

121 



102 



Ma/«lAoine €otnme\ce of M# llttiUd .//*/•*, 498$ 



TAI'LE 7--FXEMPT, FOB HIRE TON-CILES COMMODITY Hr TYPE OF TRAFFIC. CALENDAR YEAS I 983--C0NT INUEO 

CIX THOUSANDS) 



LAKEKISE 



INTERNAL LOCAL 



PRIMARY *ETAL PRODUCTS 
(CONTINUED) 



5525 

5524 



if<id tin Mnc, unmorked------- 

ALUMINU" ANO ALLOYS. UNKDRKF 11 - 



FAHRICATED MFTAl PRODUCTS, EXCfPT 
OHDMANrC, MACHINERY,* TBA^S. EUUIP. 



5511 



FAMRICATED METAL PRODUCTS---------- — ....... 

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRIC AL-----"- — ---------- 



ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, 
EOUIPMEM ^SUPPLIES 



ELECTRICAL "ACH AND EOl 1 1 P-- ---------.---.-.-.. 

TRANSPORTATION FOUIPMFNT 



5711 
5721 
5751 
5791 



"OTDR VEHICLtS, PARTS, EOUTP-- 
AIRCRAFT AND P ARTS------ — --" 

SHIPS AND BOATS-- — ---------- 

"ISC TRANSPORTATION FuUIPMfjT- 



INSTRUMFNTS, PHOTOGRAPHIC A OPTICAL 
GOODS, BATCHES » CLOCKS 



INSTR, T1MF., PHOTO, OPT GOJOS------------.------- 

MISC. PRODUCTS OF M«N|iJFACTURING 
"ISC MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS--— ............... .... 

aASTF K SCRAP MATERIALS 



001 1 
1012 
002? 
4024 
4029 



41 11 
Ull? 



IRON AND STFFL SCRAP-------- 

NONFFHRO'IS "FTAL SCRAP--. --- 
TEXTILE *ASTF, SCRAP, SnEEP- 
PAPER *ASTE AND SCRAP — — . 
KA3TE AND SCRAP, NEC-------- 



SPECIAL TTFMS 



*ATER------------ 

COMMODITIES, NEC- 



27,188 
17,188 



285,244 



588,854 
159 

9,404 

59,425 



14,550 



400,222 

4,066 

867 

36 

476,925 



56,8)1 
5,554,576 



900 
6,658 



222,511 



588,592 

141 

9,558 

59,355 



1 14,636 



64,418 

87 

867 

36 

62,151 



32 

3,509,976 



5,563 



26,288 
10,530 



37,487 



242 

18 



13,435 



320,010 
3,979 



413,042 



36,296 
44,217 



10 



918 



IrTW 



483 

13 



WATER CARRIAGE TON-MILES 



103 



T4PLE 8--PRIV4TE C4RRI4GE TON- MILES COMMODITY HY TYPF OF TP4FFTC, C41ENDAR YE4* 1985 

(IN THPUS4MXS) 



FAR» PRODUCTS 



0102 
010J 
0105 
0106 
0107 
0111 
0131 
0133 
0141 
0161 



XABLFY 4N0 WYE' 



pice----------- 

SORGhii* GR4I*S- 



SOYBE4NS----- 
FRESh FRUITS- 



PHES" 4N0 FROZEN VFGFTARLES- 
4MM4LS 4ND PRODUCTS, NEC--- 



FOREST PRODUCTS 
FOREST PRODUCTS. NEC — — — --" — ---- — --- — 
FRESM FISH t OTHER mjbt.'«F PRODICTS 



0911 
0912 
0913 
0931 



1011 
10R1 



FRESH FISH, EXCEPT SHELLFISH-- 
SHELLFISH, EXCEPT PREP4RED---- 
MENH40EN,----- ........ ......... 

M4RINE SHELLS. UNH4NUF4CTURED. 



'ET4LLIC OBFS 



IRON ORE 4nD CONCENTR4TES----. 
NPNFERBOUS ORES, CONCFNT, NEC 



1121 C04L 4N0 LIGNITE- 



CRUDE PETBOLEU" 



1511 CRUDE PETROLEU<- 



N0N"ET4LLIC "I'JER4LS, EXCEPT Fi'ELS 



till 

U4? 

losi 
1071 
1091 
1093 

109 i 
1099 



2011 
2021 
2011 
2030 
2039 
2002 
2009 
2061 
2062 
2081 
2091 
2092 
20RU 
2095 
2099 



2211 



L I "E STONE.-- ...... 

S4N0, GR4VEL. CRUSHED ROCK. 
CL4Y-. — •-•••-••• — ....... . 

PH08PH4TE RPC«------------- 

S4LT ...... ........ 

SULPHUR, LI'J'IP------------ 

GYPSU", CRUDE 4ND PL4STERS- 
N0V»ET4LLIC "INERALS, NEC- 



FOOD * KINDRED PRODUCTS 



MEAT, FRESH, CHILLED, FROZEN------------- 

D4IRY PRODUCTS, NEC----------------- - 

FISH ANO 3HELLEISH, PREPARED------------- 

VF.GET4RLE3 »«0 PREP. NEC----------------- 

PREP FRUIT AND YEG JUICE. NFr------------ 

4NI"»L FEEDS- — • — --•- — — —--- 
&R4I' "ILL PRODUCTS, NEC----------------- 

SUGAR.------------------- — ---. — ------ 

MOL»88ES— — — — — — — — ■ 

4LC0HOLIC REVER4GES------------------ - — 

VEGETABLE Oil S, MARC, SHORT------ ---.---- 

ANIMAL OILS 4NH FATS, NEC-------- ------ -- 

GROCERIES---------------------- - ------- 

ICE .......... 

"ISCFLL4'.E'"JS FOOD PROI'UCTS---- — — — 

043IC TEXTTI ES 

BASIC TEXTILE PRODUCTS------------------- 



4PB4UFL * OTHER FTNTSHFO TEXTILE 
PRODUCTS, INCUDING «NTT 



2311 4PP4REL- 



L.IMOER I >OOD PRODS. ,FXC. FURNITURE 



201 I 
2412 
2ai3 

2olu 
2415 

2016 

2021 
2031 
2091 



LOGS 

B4FTED LOGS------------------ 

rUEI. »OOD» CH4RC04L, ..4STES-- 
TIMRFR, POSTS, POLES, PILING- 
PULPxOOD, LOr,---. ------------ 

WOOO CHIPS, ST4VFS, ^ULDTNGS- 
LIJVPF.0. -.---.------. -..-.-..- 

VENEER, PLYkOOD. «OR»fcu »00D- 
nOOD H4NIJF4CTHRES, NEC------- 



2S11 



2611 
2631 
2691 



FURNITURF * FIXTURES 
FURNITURE 4ND F I XTURFS------------ — .-----..- — . 

PULP. PAPER * ALLIFD PRODUCTS 



PULP— —••——- --- 

P4PFR ANT P4("ERH04BO......... 

Pl'LB 4».0 PAPER PRODUCTS. NFC- 



?la, 370,682 



105, 60(1, Sin 



1 0, 176, '190 



12,995 
639, 565 
o u 5 , 9 7 n 
22u,9fl3 
690, 808 

, i«?,esB 

503 

51 

2,010 

30 



10,025 
21 .839 



606,979 



,658. 6«0 
153 



I 3,058 
i57,°l 1 



1 1.957 



sn3 

51 

2,0]n 

20 



1 10,385,056 



008,676 

,287,600 

19,828 

170,793 

3,735 

077,255 

328 

23,109 



3,823 

ino 

2,680 

I ,918 

603 

67, i in 

567,561 
'115,505 
0,666 
5,769 
07,750 
8,757 
1 ,603 

1,100 
1,092 



1 17,916,300 



OOR 

17 

170,793 

690 
710,681 

328 



3,023 

i nn 

2,600 
1,910 

603 

10,371 

20 



5, 76R 

360 



1 ,S97 
ROh 



SH 


1 33 


29 


951 




23 




8 


60 


730 


26 


sno 


3 


650 




230 




791 



,M<> 

1 0» 
79" 



S5 

37a 
1,50'1 



0,638,030 



I On, 016 



15o 

625, SOO 
6,059 
220, 98X 
501 , 105 
, 1R2,000 



9,980 

21,772 

070 

605, 1 19 



?in,082 

2,2SP,0SS 

10,278 



3.005 
150, 1 0? 



56,739 
567,535 



07 


376 


8 


698 




Oft 


1 


1 00 




5«6 



50, 1 10 

20,606 



20 

60,730 
2» , 000 



53 
233 

36 



104 



Hat*\6o%r*« Wotnmetc* of /Am QffifmJ «//•/#*, ¥983 



TABLE B--PRIVATE CARRIAGE TON-MILES COMMODITY BY TYPE OF TRAFFIC, CALENDAR YEAR 1 98 S--CONT INUED 

(IN THOUSANDS) 



COASTWISE 



LOCAL 



POINTED MATTER 



271 1 PRINTED MATTFR- 



CME u lr»LS t. ALLIED PRODUCTS 



2810 
2611 

2813 
2817 
2818 
2819 
2821 
2841 
2851 
2871 
287? 
287} 
2876 
2870 
2891 



2911 
2912 
2913 
2910 
2915 
2916 
2917 
2918 
2920 
2921 
2991 



SCL> th '< HYORUXIOE-------------- 

CRI'DE TAR, OIL, GAS PRODUCTS-- 
ALCOHOLS------"""--""-"" 

BE*ZFNF AND TOLUENE"-"""-- 
SUIPHURIC ACID---------------- 

HASIC CHEMICALS AND PROD, NEC- 
PLASTIC MATERIALS------------- 

SOAP...--....."-"" ......... 

PATMS -------- ---------------- 

NITROGFNOUS CME" FERTILIZERS" 
POTASSTC CHE" FERTILIZERS----- 

PHOSPHATIC CHfM FERTILIZERS--- 
INSECTICIDES, DISINFECTANTS--" 
FERTILIZER AND MATERIALS, NEC- 
MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL PROD--- 



PETROLEUM A COAL PRODUCTS 



GA S OlINE-------- -... — -.. .... 

;FT FIIFL---- — — — • — ——« 

KEROSENF- ........... ......... 

DISTILLATE FUEL DIt..-— .... . 

PESI0M4L FUEL OIL------------ 

LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES- 
NAPHTHA, PETROLEUM SOLVEMTS-- 
ASPHALT, TAR, AND PITCHES---- 

COKE, PETROLEUM COKE----- — ■ 

LIOUEFIFD RASES---------. --. - 

PETRDLFUM AND COAL PROD, NEC- 



RUBBER & MISC. PLASTIC PRODUCTS 
RURBFR AND MISC PLASTIC PROD-"-""--""" — "" 
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, * CONCRETE PROD. 



3211 
3241 
3251 
1271 
3291 



331? 
3315 
3316 
3317 
3319 
3323 



GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS" 
BUILDING CEMENT—— 
STRUCTURAL CLAY PRODUCTS- 



'ISC NONMETALLIC MINERAL PROD.-----..-...-... 
PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS 



SLAG ........... 

IRON, STFEL SHAPES, FXC SHEET- 
IRON ANP STEFL PLATES, SHEETS- 
IRON Ar'O STEFL PIPE AND TUBE" 
IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTS, NEC-- 
LEAT A'-'D ZINC, UNUORKED....... 



FABRICATED METAL PROnuCTS, EXCEPT 
ORDNANCE, MACHINERY, * TRANS. EQUIP. 



FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS---.----------..------. 

MACHIMFRY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAl 
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL----------"--"---' 



ELECTRICAl MACHINERY, 
EHUIPMENT dSU°PLIES 



ELECTRICAL MACH AND EOUI P..-----..-....---.-.. 

TRANSPORTATION FO'JIPMENT 



3711 
3731 
3791 



MCTOl' VEHICLES, PARTS, EOUIP-- 
SHIPS A wr> BOATS--------------- 

MISC TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT- 



MISC. PRODUCTS OF MANUFACTURING 
MISC MANUFACTURED PRORIIC TS» — —"-•"•»"•••"--•"• 
HASTE A SCRAP MATERIALS 



4011 
402B 



111 I 
"112 



IRON A.'JO STEFL SCRAP- 
nASTF Ann SCRAP, NEC- 



SPECIAL ITFMS 



WATER----- ---■ 

CO"MPOITIES, NEC" 



26 



993,202 

83,454 

599,552 

323,611 

221,293 

3,781,491 

1,266 

897 

174 

616,970 

3 

76,394 

1,289 

182,072 

479,186 



16,645,675 

3,464,548 

448,557 

13,768,949 

25,117,556 

4,267,467 

2,098,443 

591,176 

4,686 

293,050 

306,331 



S« 



115 

2,907,601 

108 

46,013 

11,846 



36,758 
153 
196 

3,457 
660 

465 



1,026 
14,617 



5,413 
168,634 



11,839 
14,001 



35,972 

44,867 

?95,531 

166,572 

12,357 

1,729,644 

54 

897 

1 74 

256,451 



85,723 

422,698 



14,665,814 

3,209,246 

365,955 

12,840,671 

24,450,397 

3,641,592 

1,641,661 

457,729 



137,324 
131,708 



115 

994,197 



3,055 



108 
459 



4,560 



1 ,015 
14,384 



1,296 
12,507 



82 
12,624 



111,459 
61,004 



766,966 



36,758 



956,090 

38,551 

303,772 

154,360 

207,466 

2,050,765 

1,210 



390,309 



76,390 

1,289 

96,309 

56,766 



1,610,862 
274,953 
61,832 
863,661 
636,820 
625,376 
250,315 
131,761 
3,600 
155,207 
17 0,136 



1,146,200 

106 

46,013 

6,791 



105 

68 

2,698 

651 

065 



753 



11 
233 

5 



1,365 

106,542 



11,757 
1,367 



700 

16 

209 

2,706 

1,070 
1,062 



210 

3 



33,5*0 
5*7 

7T0 

23,613 

28.339 

6«T 

2,**T 

1,6 66 

1,2« 

«T» 

6,0*7 



25* 



too 

9 



«t 



01 



2,730 
69,5*5 



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